"there's no you" as written by James Desmond Edwards, Francis Griffiths and Thomas Scott....
This room is getting smaller
The walls are closing in
And I
The stairs to our bedroom
Seem so much higher than ever
Especially when you're sleeping alone

But I still have that painting
We bought in Rome
The one I hated and you adored
Now I own

There
What
There
What

My friends think I
My whole life away
But I
I
And cry myself to sleep
At least I won

But I still have that painting
We bought in Rome
The one I hated and you adored
And now I own

There
What
There
What

Some folks say it
And wiping the floor with all your rivals
But you were too bright and oh so full of culture
And I prayed on you like a big old fat vulture
Just circling high above your halo

There
What
there
What



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