"Cellophane" as written by and Sia Furler Gregory Kurstin....
Look at me, I'm such a basket case
Delivered to you wrapped in cellophane
Waiting on your doorstep every day
Delivery, a basket filled with pain

Patience is your virtue, saint o' mine
I'd have fallen through the cracks without your love tonight
I'm your groundhog and I'm skating on thin ice
But you see me at your feet and carry me inside

Can't you see I'm wrapped in cellophane
Watch the blood pump through my veins
Electricity floods my brain
Can't hide the pain, can't hide the pain
When you're wrapped in cellophane

Look at me, I'm such a basket case
While I fall apart you'll hide all my pills again
And all the things I need to hear you say
You'll watch as all my thoughts get right back on the train

Can't you see I'm wrapped in cellophane
Watch the blood pump through my veins
Electricity floods my brain
Can't hide the pain, can't hide the pain
When you're wrapped in cellophane

Can't you see I'm wrapped in cellophane
Watch the blood pump through my veins
Electricity floods my brain
Can't hide the pain, can't hide the pain
When you're wrapped in cellophane


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"Cellophane" as written by Sia Furler Gregory Kurstin

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    General CommentWell cellophane is clear and you can see everything through it. Even the pain, and you can't hide it
    Msmaryelizabeth1on July 16, 2016   Link

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