"Now You're Just Being Ridiculous" as written by and Daniel Treacy....
Well if I told you that I loved you
You'd only laugh and ridicule me
You say you think of me like a brother
And that's the way it's always been
You say you don't mind me telephoning
But you never have much to say
You're always busy your mother tells me
And now I feel your friendship slipping away

Now you're giving me those looks that say
Well now you're just being ridiculous
You're giving me those looks that say

Well now you're just being ridiculous
Again
Time and time again

I remember when you used to hang on every word I said
I remember all those silly ideas you put inside my head
I remember all those glorious days we sailed on your father's boat
And how I felt so cold on winter's night when I lent you my top coat

Now you're giving me those looks that say
Well now you're just being ridiculous
You're giving me those looks that say
Well now you're just being ridiculous
Again
Time and time again

We promised ourselves we'd never grow old
But now I'm on my own
Since you found someone who told you things
That you had never known
But I can't forget the happiness
The days in Greenwich Park
As long as I see you home before it's dark




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"Now You're Just Being Ridiculous" as written by Daniel Treacy

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