"Leave Me Alone" as written by Barry Mason and Les Reed....
She was meant, meant to be the one for me
She was once, not now, my only love
Why don't you know, why don't you care
Why don't you realise?
What she did to me, meant to me
Leave me, why don't you leave me alone?
Why don't you know, why don't you care
Why don't you realise?
What she did to me, meant to me
Leave me, why don't you leave me alone?
I'd like to make it clear
To make it crystal
To make you know at first, show at first
Leave me

I'd like to make it clear
To make it crystal
To make you know at first, show at first
Leave me

I hate her now, despise her now, loathe her now
Hate hate hate, hate her now, yeah
She's disgusting
Disgusting to me
Why don't you know, why don't you care
Why don't you realise?
What she did to me, meant to me
Leave me, why don't you leave me now?
On and on and on and on and
On and on and on and on and
On and on and on and on
How much I loved her, loved her

Why don't you know, why don't you care
Why don't you realise?
What she did to me, meant to me
Leave me, why don't you leave me alone?
On and on and on and on and
On and on and on and on and
On and on and on and on
How much I loved her, loved her, loved her
Leave me, leave me, leave me alone
Leave me, leave me, leave me alone
Alone, alone, alone, alone, alone, alone, alone, alone
Leave me
Alone


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    General CommentPretty self-explanatory, I think. Infatuation, Rejection, and ultimately Bitterness.
    FlyHueon July 25, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThis song really points out how versatile Claire's voice was. There's more variety in this one song that on most of the rest of the album—and it all feeds together to great effect. She starts off with an exaggerated version of the childish singing she uses on half the album, but quickly soars into her take on the Siouxsie-style howl of despair. Then when she comes back to the little-girl talk-singing, it sounds creepy (perfectly complementing the music). And then she breaks out a Kristin Hersh-style country-girl growl, but when she comes back to that later, it's more like a monster-in-the-closet growl.
    falcotronon May 31, 2016   Link

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