"Bottom Upwards" as written by Richard James Witter, Paul Adrian Banks, Thomas Peter Gladwin and Alan Steven Leach....
If I were you I'd change my feelings to suit
Cause you can't make up your mind
You're too hard done by
If I could choose who to run to, it's you
Cause you're always one step behind
I think you'll find

What do you do when the times you had shot through?
And you're starting from the bottom upwards

Always make your own rules
And you'll set them all loose
Now you're moving
You're always ready to bruise

If I could move I'd take your mountain to you
Cause you never really reach too far
You're too hard done by
If I could choose who to run to, it's you
Cause you're all dressed up to the nines
I think you'll find

What do you do when the times you had shot through?
And you're starting from the bottom all the time
What do you say when you

Always make your own rules
And you'll set them all loose
Now you're moving
You're always ready to bruise
And you'll sparkle like jewels
As if there's something here to prove
Now you're moving
There's always something to prove

Then you come in my room and you walk into me
And you sit there confused
Cause you think you're starting from the bottom upwards

Always make your own rules
And you'll set them all loose
Now you're moving
You're always ready to bruise
And you'll sparkle like jewels
As if there's something here to prove
Now you're moving
There's always something to prove

Everything you read is true
Cause the man who sold it has promised you that
Everything you believe is wrong
Cause I've been around for far too long, you'll find


Lyrics submitted by shakermaker123

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