"Minus You" as written by Jaime Brian Harding, Anthony Paul Grantham and Phillip Cunningham....
Again you feel yourself
Curling up to a ball
In a state and accepted
But it's you they'll scrape off the floor
From speaking minds
To prising thighs
Of all the people that seem ok
Maybe you've learned
That happiness
Is only an acquired taste

But you wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Minus you

Why do you feel that its too late
Lift yourself out of this cycle
Of their abuse and their mind games
Though confused minds
Can open thighs
And all these people can seem alright
Maybe you've learned that your
Loneliness against your happiness
Will suffice

But you wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were

Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
You wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Minus you

But you wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
Wish you were
But you are not


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"Minus You" as written by Jaime Brian Harding Anthony Paul Grantham

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    General Commenti can't believe no-one's made any comments at all on marion. jaime harding is the most amazing singer ever. i love this song cos the chorus drives my friends crazy!!! really, try singing "wish you were, wish you were" over and see how many people start yelling at you...
    narcissaon April 14, 2003   Link

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