"You're Not Very Well" as written by Martin Victor Blunt, Robert James Collins, Timothy Allan Burgess, Jonathan Thomas Brookes and Jon (gb 2) Baker....
There's that house where I used to live
Here comes that man, Christ, he gives me a headache
I don't like all these sharks in the city
They don't do much for me anyway
You're not very well are____
There's that car that I used to swerve
This town traffic is knocking me over
You never knew so you never ask
There's more to me and I'll show it if you, you say
You're not very well are____
One step forward into mine
Faking pictures and opening doorways
There's only one I insist upon
And you take two 'cause it's easy for you
You're not very well are____
You know where I'm coming from
So won't you get me there?
You're so ashamed,
You're so far away
Intervene and you privatize
Health is health and I don't know about it
So why don't you leave us lot alone
You're so selfish, you'll do it on your own
You're not very well are
You're not very well are you, are you?

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"You're Not Very Well" as written by Jonathan Thomas Brookes Jon (gb 2) Baker

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