Five past after he walked away
Things got behind sugar beet grey
Heels aren't graveled gracing on the ground
Where are the milkvan on their round?
I wrapped myself up in a rabbit fur coat
I could still hear the screaming from down the road
But he's not even aware if I have gone

Last night on Northgate Street
Watching the smoke from the sugar beet
I thought he'd never leave
Watching the smoke from the sugar beet

Market sets up as it gets light,
I can't bring myself to go back inside,
I walked past the traders
Still dressed up from last night
Then retraced the steps that led to the fight
I only wanted him to walk me home
I hated the thought of walking alone
But he couldn't resist just one more drink

Last night on Northgate Street
Watching the smoke from the sugar beet
I thought he'd never leave
Watching the smoke from the sugar beet
I only wanted him to walk me home
I hated the thought of walking alone
I knew the other girlfriend but I was sure she never saw

I fool myself into thinking we were meant to be



Lyrics submitted by BlackheartCherry

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