"You've Got the Nerve" as written by and Roger/cook Greenaway....
I see that worried look upon your face
You've got your troubles, I've got mine
She's found somebody else to take your place
You've got your troubles, I've got mine

I too have lost my love today
All of my dreams have flown away

Now just like you, I sit and wonder why
You've got your troubles, I've got mine
You need some sympathy, well so do I
You've got your troubles, I've got mine

She used to love me, that I know
And it don't seem so long ago

That we were walking
And we were talking
The way that lovers do

I too have lost my love today
All of my dreams have flown away

And so forgive me if I seem unkind (I ain't got no pity for you)
You've got your troubles, I've got mine (I lost, I lost, I lost my little girl
Too)
I'd help another place, another time
You've got your troubles, I've got mine

You've got your troubles, I've got mine
You've got your troubles, I've got mine.


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"You've Got Your Troubles" as written by Roger Greenaway Roger Cook

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    General Commentfirst comment, woo!
    i think this song is about someone who's disappointed in someone else.
    icefairyxon January 20, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti had more stuff that i was thinking but then i accidentally pressed enter and when i was freaking out over the fact that i had pressed enter, everything else i was thinking went away.
    icefairyxon January 20, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI can't help out with the first verse, but for the third verse:

    "Lying still while the birds,
    They flew about.
    You lied to me,
    You seem so proud."
    ellie117on March 08, 2008   Link
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    General Commentfor the first verse:
    Safe and preserve
    OH_SNAPon April 06, 2008   Link

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