"Guilty Deafness" as written by Adam Lee, David Jonathan Mcqueen and Neil William Mcqueen....
You look like you've got something to say
It must be bad if you've come all this way

But I don't want to hear it I've got guilty deafness
I couldn't take all that from you
The last time you came here you left me breathless
I couldn't take much more of you

You look like you've found something that's big
The kind that the papers would lose on what they'd bid

But they don't want to hear it they've got guilty deafness
They wouldn't take all that from you
The last time you paid them you made them restless
They couldn't take no not from you

I've got her on one side, you on the other
Somebody help her she needs her mother
She's shaking you out of my tree, out of my tree

I've got you on one side, her on the other
Somebody help her she needs her mother
She's shaking me out of my tree, out of my tree

I've got her on one side, you on the other
Somebody help her she needs her mother
She's shaking you out of my tree, out of my tree

I've got you on one side, one on the other
Somebody help her she needs her mother
She's shaking you out of my tree, out of my tree

I've got her on one side, you on the other
Somebody help her she needs her mother
She's shaking you out of your tree, out of your tree
She's shaking you out of my tree, out of my tree
She's shaking you out of my tree out of my tree

You look like you've got something to say
It must be bad if you've come all this way

But I don't want to hear it I've got guilty deafness
I couldn't take all that from you
The last time you came here you left me breathless
I couldn't take much more of you
I couldn't take much more of you
I couldn't take much more of you
I couldn't take much more of you


Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"Guilty Deafness" as written by David Jonathan Mcqueen Adam Lee

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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