"Up To Me" as written by and Ian Anderson....
Take you to the cinema
And leave you in a Wimpy Bar
You tell me that we've gone too far
Come running up to me

Make the scene at Cousin Jack's
Leave him to put the bottles back
Mends his glasses that I cracked
Well that's one up to me

Buy a silver cloud to ride
Pack a tennis club inside
Trouser cuffs hung far too wide
Well it was up to me

Tire's down on your bicycle
Your nose feels feels like an icicle
The yellow fingered smoky girl
Is looking up to me

Well I'm a common working man
With a half of bitter, bread and jam
And if it pleases me I'll put one on you man
When the copper fades away

The rainy season comes to pass
The day-glo pirate sinks at last
And if I laughed a bit too fast
Well it was up to me

Take you to the cinema
And leave you in a Wimpy Bar
You tell me that we've gone too far
Come running up to me


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"Up to Me" as written by Ian Anderson

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    General CommentActually, Anomaly57 , it's completely the opposite - Everything he does is his decision - no predestination, no invisible friend to blame things on or ask forgiveness from. It's up to ME what I do, my responsibility and my mistakes.
    AlanOldieon May 08, 2008   Link

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