"Oh, Christina" as written by Martin Colclough, Gemma Evans, Patrick Ryan Fogarty and Ben William Perry....
I show up, you can't wear that dress,
Your friends are all blocks, they're all architects,
Constructing shapes that I can't see,
Walking dictaphones and trendy magazines.

I saw you there at the Friday show,
You look so strange in your brand new clothes,
You spoke with an accent I don't know,
I guess it's true, we all have to grow up soon.

You said you had places that you needed to be,
But places aren't the same when you're not with me.

Oh, Christina, you know I don't really want to leave you,
Acting out scenes on your bedroom floor,
You never used to act this way before.
Oh, Christina, I only came round so I could see you,
Try and take back what you said before,
It's not that simple, it's not simple at all.

'So go', you said and I did,
You've got to stop talking in patterns and grids,
I know, it's true, this shouldn't be the end,
Oh, let's just pretend.

You said you had places that you needed to be,
But places aren't the same when you're not with me.

Oh, Christina, you know I don't really want to leave you
Acting out scenes on your bedroom floor,
You never used to act this way before.
Oh, Christina, I only came round so I could see you,
Try and take back what you said before,
It's not that simple, it's not simple at all.


Lyrics submitted by Millie90

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