"W.i.t. (women In Towels)" as written by Grant Nicholas, Taka Hirose and Jon Lee....
She's looking good in a new towel,
Looking clear in the new crowd,
She's so funny to be with,
So easy to forgive

See you, you see me,
We could be free,
I'll let you know

"Women in towels"
Take a look at the old suits,
Hanging around in the old school,
She's looking good with her hair down,
Feeling high in the fairground
See you, you see me
We could be free,
I'll let you know
So you could breathe
I wish you could just see yourself,
No shame, in pain (again)

"Women in towels"
"Life is work"
"It's not what you are, it's what you do"

See you, you see me
We could be free,
I'll let you know
So you could breathe
I wish you could just see yourself,
No shame, in pain (again)
"Women in towels"
"Women in towels"


Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"W.I.T." as written by Jon Lee Grant Nicholas

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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