She takes the blame takes the pain but the world smiles
'Cause outside is just a taxi ride to drive away
So she packs her bag calls a cab and the world smiles
And inside well she feels all right and turns to say:

"Yes it's the end the final showdown
Yes it's the end of our small love
You'll have to find another no one to take the shit like I have
Well I guess this is the end I guess this is the end."

She feels the sun, phones her mum and the world smiles
'Cause outside in the morning light it's another day
So she packs her bag, smokes a fag and the world smiles
'Cause inside well she feels all right, and turns to say:

"Yes it's the end, the final showdown
Yes it's the end of our small love
You'll have to find another no one who'll take the shit like I have
Well I guess this is the end, I guess this is the end...
Oh well..."

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Another No One Lyrics as written by Brett Anderson

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    originally part of Suede's "Coming Up" sessions, i honestly do not know why this song was left off the album, only to appear as a B-Side for "Trash". i think this is some of their best work. it's about a breakup, or specifically, the courage to breakup. the central character has finally summoned all her courage to leave this (abusive?) jackass and she's riding it all the way out. worth checking out if you can get your hands on it. also available on "Sci-Fi Lullabies"
    roger wilcoon May 17, 2002   Link
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    I read an interview with Brett Anderson & he said he liked the idea of doing as The Smiths had and releaqsing great songs as B-sides. Hell, My Insatiable One was a B-side! It's a lofty concept, but it doesn't seem to make much practical sense...
    jenwill2on June 11, 2002   Link
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    I think the whole idea of having great songs as b-sides was just to be a bit different. Rather than just sticking the sort of 'second best' types of songs as b-sides, they've got these incredible songs that sometimes outshine the actual a-side. I see it as sort of giving something to the fans, rather than just sticking remixes and the like on the end of a single. Maybe giving the fans another reason to buy the singles, not just out of loyalty for the band but because there are killer songs on it.
    enolaon July 03, 2002   Link
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    yeah i agree enola. suede were the only band whose singles i bought and yes, it's cos many of the B-sides were just as good or better than the A side track. I think my favorite example of this is We are The Pigs/Killing of a Flashboy/Whipsnade
    miraejaon February 02, 2005   Link

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