I wish I’d never met you
I wish I’d never met you
And it’s not because I broke it, it’s not cause I feel bad
I think that if you’d not met me you would not be so sad
So I wish I’d never met you
I wish I’d never met you
Hey hey hey

I wish I’d never met you
I wish I’d never met you
And do you remember the little things that no-one ever knew?
I think that if you’d not met me you would not be so blue
So I wish I’d never met you
For you
I wish I’d never met you
Hey hey hey

And it’s not because I broke it, it’s not cause I feel bad
I think that if you’d not met me you would not be so sad
Do you remember the little things that no-one ever knew?
I think that if you’d not met me you would not be so blue

And do you remember everybody up on Plymouth wall?
I think that if we’d not done that there’d be no love at all
And do you begin to loathe your body and barricade your brain?
I wonder if in nine months time you’ll even know my name
And will you too publicly recover and wait another year?
And privately you’ll frown and think “I wish you were still here”
My N A M E (it’s true)
My name’s Shabelski
My N A M E
My name’s Shabelski

And do you remember when you caught that bus up to Dundee?
I’m hoping that you do dear
I hope you wish you’d not met me.


Lyrics submitted by xKissxHerxBruisesx

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