"Pardon Me" as written by and Edmund Enright....
me coal, me coal-haired lady from the west,
i have given you, doll, me very best.
been drunk so many times in your pressence,
in my engine, you´re the essence..

i have drunk my every penny + pounds
(?) my friends just to stay another round
just to take another look at you
me coal-haired lady -- Chartreuse

pardon me, oh fathom me
what´s your reason not to see me?
pardon me, oh fathom me
you have no reason not to kiss me

i have sat & pondered crying
and wondered what you wear beneathe your clothes
i have thought about your mother + the crows
that sit in the apple trees at the bottom of her gardens

pardon me, oh fathom me
tell me, what´s your reason for not seeing me
pardon me, oh fathom me
´cause you have no reason for not kissing me

i have told my friends Chartreuse is your name
and that i´ve an infatuation
i want us to be a plural
i know a little place way out in the rural
you do not know what i would do just to kiss
your coward country lips
and not think about sex for a change
Chartreuse -- i think i love you

pardon me, oh fathom me
what´s your reason not to see me?
pardon me, oh fathom me
what´s your reason not to kiss me?

pardon me, oh fathom me
tell me, what´s your reason for not seeing me
pardon me, oh fathom me
´cause you have no reason not to kiss me
kiss me


Lyrics submitted by klaxons

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