"Fine" as written by Timothy Booth, James Glennie, David John Baynton-power, Saul Davies and Mark Hunter....
I'm a boomerang
In the outback
Keep your throwing arm steady
So I get home
I'm a vampire bat
Out in shanghai
Haven't eaten in four days
I've ordered in a Chinese takeaway

I show more than I hide
I care more than I cry
I'm a phonograph baby
My wires are live
And I'm in crisscross

Fine. I feel fine.
I'm a fortune cookie
Full of cheap advice
I'm a suicide rookie
Blowing last call

Show more than I hide
Care more than I can cry
I'm a phonograph baby
My wires are live
And I'm in crisscross

Fine. I feel fine.


Lyrics submitted by MaskOfSanity

"Fine" as written by James Glennie Timothy Booth

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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