"Love's Duet" as written by and Duffy....
You used to be so fancy free
Now you hardly look at me
You sweep the leaves out the road
And count the snowflakes when it snows

Let's cut away the undergrowth
Of a love that hurt us both
You stroked the cat when it purred
But go to sleep without a word

Let's work this out tonight
Sort out every silly fight
Now whistle half a love's duet
'Cause half a love is all you get
When you don't play your part
When you broke my heart

The wind howled through the corridors
Of a heart that still adores
Life with you when it's so good
Is a lesson learnt and understood

Love can make you feel a fool
Love's unkind and lovers are cruel
You make me wish I were dead
But I go and feed the cat instead

And I can't cope with being unhappy
When I know what makes me happy
And I love loving you
But I can't cope with what it makes me do




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