"Distractions" as written by Henry Binns, Sam Hardaker, Sia Kate I. Furler, Dorothy Elliot Allison and Tim Buckley....
Fancy a big house
Some kids and a horse
I can not quite, but nearly
Guarantee, a divorce
I think that I love you
I think that I do
So go on mister, make Miss me Mrs you.

I love you, I love you, I love you, I do
I only make jokes to distract myself
From the truth, from the truth.

Fancy a fast car
A bag full of loot
I can nearly guarantee
You'll end up with the boot

I love you, I love you, I love you , I do
I only make jokes to distract myself
From the truth, from the truth.
I love you, I love you, I love you , I do
I only make jokes to distract myself
From the truth, from the truth.


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"Distractions [Live]" as written by Henry Bins Dorothy Allison

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    General CommentSounds like a person who is in love with a rich man who's already married. Or what do you think?
    banditqueenon September 22, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI wonder, what is this truth that she distracts herself from? It is almost as if she is conflicted right before making a big commitment...the verses coming from one side of herself, but the chorus tells a completely different side.
    Jimadoron January 16, 2009   Link

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