"Don't Do Crowds" as written by Tracyanne Campbell, Kenneth John Mckeeve, John Henderson, Lindsay Boyd, Gavin James Mcgregor Dunbar and Lee Alexander Thomson....
I'd like to have company during thunderstorms
I'd like you to fall for me but it would soon turn lousy and wrong
I meant what I said, all I want is to be one of the best

Been getting some extra help from a special band
Oh yeah they've been helping us out
And we're thankful they're lending a hand
Here is my request: play the ones that we all know best

I don't do crowds, everyone put it down to rudeness
I laughed out loud, could they all see that it was madness?
Please come to save me from myself again,
To shield me to disguise that my heart has a secret
And this will make you sigh, and me cry

Oh will there be dancing in the hall tonight?
Cause if there is dancing I won't lack fight
It seems I'm less afraid of life itself than of what you see

You turned the heads of every boy and girl alike
Would you have them all if there were enough hours in the night?
You took care of your skin,
Sure did help but it didn't solve everything

I don't do crowds, everyone put it down to rudeness
I laughed out loud, could they all see that it was madness?
Please come to save me from myself again,
To shield me to disguise that my heart has a secret
And this could make you sigh, and me cry

I find it funny that you never even knew
All the times when I stole a look from you
Oh what's in my mind
Oh they're gonna put me away this time


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"I Don't Do Crowds" as written by John Henderson Gavin James Mcgregor Dunbar

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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