"Mirror in the Bathroom [From Grosse Pointe Blank]" as written by Andrew Cox, Roger Charlery, Everett Morton, David Steele and David Frederick Wakeling....
Mirror in the bathroom
Please talk free
The door is locked
Just you and me
Can I take you to a restaurant
That's got glass tables
You can watch yourself
While you are eating

Mirror in the bathroom
I just can't stop it
Every Saturday you see me
Window shopping
Find no interest in the
Racks and shelves
Just a thousand reflections
Of my own sweet self, self, self

Mirror in the bathroom
You're my mirror in the bathroom
You're my mirror in the bathroom
You're my mirror in the bathroom

Mirror in the bathroom
Recompense
For all my crimes
Of self defense
Cures you wiser
Make no sense
Drift gently into
Mental illness

Mirror in the bathroom
Please talk free
The door is locked
Just you and me
Can I take you to a restaurant
That's got glass tables
You can watch yourself
While you are eating

Mirror in the bathroom
Mirror in the bathroom
Mirror in the bathroom
Mirror in the bathroom
Mirror in the bathroom
Mirror in the bathroom


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"Mirror in the Bathroom" as written by Andrew Cox Roger Charlery

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