"Ready Now" as written by and Adam Goemans Ross Bonney....
I turn around and I'm in your world
Your pleasure is my pain in your world
But, dissatisfied I'll crawl to your world
But, your body's warmth will only leave me colder in my world

No, it's not what I wanted
But she's holding my hand
No, it's not what I wanted
At least she's holding my hand

Well, I'm inside out
I'm all inside out
Yes, she's tearing me apart
Well, I'm inside out

This casual arrangement
Leaves a bitter taste
Well, our usual commitments
That's just killing me and killing you
Well, a casual arrangement
Just leaves a bitter taste
Our usual commitments
That's just killing me, killing you

And I wish it was
Oh, if I could ch-ch-change the world
I would
Maybe circumstances could allow
Would allow
And you could come around again tonight

Oh, but take me out of here
'Cos I'm never coming home
Oh, but take me out of here
'Cos I'm never coming home

Well, I'm inside out
I'm all inside out
Yes, she's tearing me apart
Well, I'm inside out

This casual arrangement
Leaves a bitter taste
Well, our usual commitments
That's just killing me and killing you

We better change, we better change
Change
We better change, we better change
Change
We better change, we better change
Change


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    General Commenttook me till now to realise these are actually the lyrics for Rise and Fall... >.< and I've somehow lost what I had for the actual "Ready Now"..
    dustfingeron July 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe baseline reminds me of a sped upo version of Bloc Party's "This Modern Love" from their masterpiece album "Silent Alarm" Which is also amazing but so are these guys, well the baseline in Ready Now but Rise and Fall is also really good specially the first instrumental aprt
    Fivestarmotelon August 23, 2007   Link

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