"Two Seater" as written by Andrew Scott, Chris Murphy, Jay Ferguson and Patrick Pentland....
For what it's worth, you're on my turf
And my roots go deep into the earth
How deep they go, you'll never know
You'll never know

I'm sorry, I'm sorry

First it was me and then it was you
Caught up in this lifestyle built for two
You know how I feel about what you do
What do you do?

I'm sorry about the way I've acted
I'm sorry, I'm sorry

You want to be one, you want to have one
Which is it and what is the reason
You want to be one, you want to have one
Which is it and what is the reason

I'm sorry about the way I've acted
I'm sorry about the way I've acted

For what it's worth, you're on my turf
And my roots go deep into the earth
How deep they go, you'll never know
You'll never know

I'm sorry about the way I've acted
I'm sorry about the way I've acted
I'm sorry, I'm sorry
I'm sorry, I'm sorry


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"Two Seater" as written by Chris Murphy Andrew Scott

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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