"I'm Not Yours" as written by Angus Stone and Julia Stone....
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Light me up a cigarette and put it in my mouth
You're the only one that wants me around
And I can think of a thousand reasons why
I don't believe in you, I don't believe in you and I

Light me up a cigarette and put it in my mouth
You're the only one that wants me to die
And I can think of a thousand reasons why
I don't believe in you, I don't believe in you

I'm not yours anymore
I'm not yours anymore
No, I'm not yours anymore
I'm not yours anymore

Jump into your white mobile and run away
You're always leaving me behind
And I can think of a thousand reasons why
I don't believe in you, I don't believe in you and I

I'm not yours anymore
I'm not yours anymore
No, I, I'm not yours anymore
I'm not yours anymore

Light me up a cigarette and put it in my mouth
You;re the only one that wants me around
And I can think of a thousand reasons why
I don't believe in you, I don't believe in you and I


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"I'm Not Yours" as written by Julia Stone Angus Stone

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    General CommentThis is a typical A & J Stone song...perfect for their vocals and personalities. They are such an incredible duo, although I haven't yet decided if I like Julia providing the vocals for different television ads. In the song the woman's been misreated, especially left behind (perhaps physically or emotionally) and she's finally given up on the man she loves. The cigarette line could have to do with the old notion that people smoked after sex (it's a release) and in this case she has just released him and hence her heartache. Not my favorite of theirs, but they have so many wondeful tracks from which to choose :) Just 4 comments for the Stones? Inexcusable!!!
    wholelottawomanon November 30, 2011   Link

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