Vanessa used to say
When I grew up, I would learn to work and
Drive home every night
To a big estate and pretty wife
But I don't mind if I'm nothing of the kind
Something I learned long ago,
If you fake it, it starts to show

The sun is getting bright
And it creeps in through my shuttered blind
Tonight, wish you could hear me now
I left you long ago
You were so sad, I held you in my arms
Said you'd be back before
You knew I'd found my home

Vanessa used to say
When I grew up, I would learn to work and
Drive home every night
To a big estate and pretty wife
But I don't mind if I'm nothing of the kind
Something I learned long ago,
If you fake it, it starts to show

And I'm beginning to believe,
That I could dance all night
And no one'd come to see me

And I'm beginning to believe,
That I could dance all night
And no one'd come to see me


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Eminent Victorians song meanings
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