Pickin up the pieces Of the wreck you went and left And I’m dealing with dilemmas In my not-so-stressful life And I’m drinking stronger spirits I made my home here on the floor And I’m losing all ambition and goals And I’m going all out And I’m thinking you’re just as bad No sleeping at night But I’m going from bar to bar Why can’t we just rewind Why can’t we just rewind Why can’t we just rewind Oh remember at 16 Oh the crazy drunken night we had When I kissed you in the hallway Then I took you straight to bed Well two years on And I’m still that same boy And I’m not sleeping at night But I’m going from bar to bar Why can’t we just rewind Why can’t we just rewind Why can’t we just rewind oh No sleeping at night But I’m going from bar to bar Why can’t we just rewind Why can’t we just rewind Why can’t we just rewind oh You might blame it on me But you persisted that we fall Wiped your hands of me And said you needed more, more, more And I’m not sleeping at night But I’m going from bar to bar Why can’t we just rewind Why can’t we just rewind Why can’t we just rewind oh And I’m not sleeping at night But...Read More
Autore: Paolo Nutini
You said you’d marry me if I was 23 But I’m one that you can’t see if I’m only 18 Tell me who made these rules Obviously not you Who are you answering to? Oh, Jenny don’t be hasty No, don’t treat me like a baby Let me take you where you’ll let me Because leaving just upsets me And I’ll be around again To see these other men Who are more adequate In the age department If I did not think you cared There’d be no problems here But now you’re looking at me like you’re disgusted And I’m definitely waiting for you to smile and change your mind Then I’ll say I’m sorry and I’ll wrap my arms ‘round your body And I really hope that you forgive in a hurry And don’t just ask me to leave Oh, Jenny don’t be hasty Don’t treat me like a baby Let me take you where you’ll let me Because leaving just upsets me Oh, Jenny you are crazy! First I’m perfect, then I’m lazy And I was calling you my baby Now it sounds like you’ve just left me And it kills...Read More
Cross the border into the big bad World Where it takes you ‘bout an hour just to cross the road, Just to stumble across another poor old soul from The dreary old lanes to the high-street madness. I fight with my brain to believe my eyes, And it’s harder than you think To believe this sadness that creeps up my spine And haunts me through the night. And life is good and the girls are gorgeous Suddenly the air smells much greener now. And I’m wandering around with a half pack of cigarettes, Searching for the change that I’ve lost somehow These streets have too many names for me I’m used to Glenfield Road and spending my time down in Ochy I’ll get used to this eventually I know, I know Where’d the days go? When all we did was play And the stress that we were under wasn’t stress at all Just a run and a jump into a harmless fall from Walking by a high-rise to a landmark square. You see millions of people with millions of cares And I struggle to the train to make my way home I look at the people as they sit there alone Life is good, and the sun is shining Everybody flirts to their ideal place And the children all smile as a boat shuffled by them Trying to pretend...Read More
Woke up cold one Tuesday, I’m looking tired and feeling quite sick. I felt like there was something missing in my day-to-day life, So, I quickly opened the wardrobe, Pulled out some jeans and a t-shirt that seemed clean. Topped it off with a pair of old shoes, That were ripped around the seams. And, I thought, These shoes just don’t suit me. Hey, I put some new shoes on, And suddenly everything is right. I said, Hey, I put some new shoes on, and everybody’s smiling, It’s so inviting. Oh, short on money, But, long on time, Slowly strolling in the sweet sunshine, And I’m running late, And I don’t need an excuse, ‘Cause I’m wearing my brand new shoes. Woke up late one Thursday, And, I’m seeing stars as I’m rubbing my eyes. And, I felt like there were two days missing, As I focused on the time. And I made my way to the kitchen, But, I had to stop from the shock of what I found, A room full of all of my friends all dancing ‘round and ‘round, And, I thought, Hello, New Shoes, Bye-bye blues. Hey, I put some new shoes on, And suddenly everything is right. I said, Hey, I put some new shoes on and everybody’s smiling, It’s so inviting. Oh, short on money, But long on time, Slowly strolling in...Read More
Oh, one, one, two, three, four Oh, I’ve got a sheet for my bed and a pillow for my head I’ve got a pencil full of lead and some water for my throat I’ve got buttons for my coat and sails on my boat So much more than I needed before I got money in the meter and a two bar heater Oh, now it’s getting hotter, oh, it’s only getting sweeter I got legs on my chair and a head full of hair Pot and a pan and some shoes on my feet I got a shelf full of books and most of my teeth A few pairs of socks and a door with a lock I got food in my belly and a license for my telly And nothing’s gonna bring me down Oh, no, oh Oh no, oh no, nothin’s gonna bring me down I got a nice guitar and tyres on my car I got most of the means and scripts for the scenes I’m out and about so I’m in with a shout I got a fair bit of chat but better than that Food in my belly and a license for my telly And nothing’s going to bring me down Oh, nothin’, oh, nothin’ Nothing’s going to bring me down, oh But best of all I’ve got my baby Oh, best of all...Read More
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