Invisible

Album: 22 Dreams (2008)
  • Paul Weller: "I wrote this on the guitar but then I thought I'd try it out on the piano. I'm not that proficient on piano, so I changed the chords, and it seemed to fit. It's one man's story, but again, anyone can relate to it. It's about a relationship where someone doesn't seem to get noticed. Where no matter what you do, you end up blending in with the wallpaper."
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