Like in the hall of mirrors
You look different today
He saw you coming out of Etam
And it struck him how you'd changed
Was it that you looked slimmer?
Or had you dyed your hair?
As you were feigning your indifference
Making out like you didn't care
He never contemplated bumping in to you
How's your mother now?
What you been up to?
Just to see you sets him off
A chance encounter with someone he loved so dearly
Although it left him bitter, he still fancies you
Although he's been around a bit since,
Nobody does it like you do
He tells you you look fitter
Than when he saw you last
There's still something there between you
Despite the months that's passed
And you didn't take no cajoling
And then you were rolling around
On his living room floor
Once he'd been in your knickers
The lies and the bickers didn't matter
So much anymore
And I've often heard it being said
That you can't be friends once you've been to bed
Just to see you, sets me off
A chance encounter with someone I loved so dearly
A free ride on the guilt trip

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Sex With The Ex Lyrics as written by Jon Mcclure

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    General Commentthis song moved me as recently this describes my situation with an ex too powerful stuff and as a result i dont like listening to it as it causes me pain
    christianhobsonon January 15, 2008   Link
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    General Commentbrilliant of my favourites... sounds very ian brown.
    mally1on October 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSex With The Ex ^^
    one of the things that will never happen to me
    maybe thats why these lyrics don't make me feel miserable..
    cos nearly half of everything else does
    If you have loved before you know what I mean.

    "And I've often heard it being said that you can't be friends once you've been to bed"
    The_$t!Gon October 20, 2008   Link

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