Mystery Girl

Album: Belladonna Of Sadness (2017)
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  • In my mind, I've acquired a tangle I can't undo
    I've been thinking about nothing else
    Lately

    Does it feel as if somebody's keeping an eye on you?
    Peripheral visions
    Playing tricks on me

    'been meaning to say
    I just wanna be where you are
    Before you escape

    Hush now, don't explain
    Wound up with a heavier heart
    From waiting in the rain

    Pardon me, baby
    But who's the mystery girl?

    Don't you try to calm me down
    Don't you try to calm me down

    Pardon me, baby
    But who's the mystery girl?
    Mystery girl

    Was it just you and her? Did you go in the photo booth?
    Was it loud? Was it hot? Was it lively enough
    For you?

    Is she likely to be there if I were to show up soon?
    The little suspicions
    Clinging onto me

    Awoooh
    'been meaning to say
    I just wanna be where you are
    Before you escape

    Hush now, don't explain
    Wound up with a heavier heart
    From waiting in the rain

    Pardon me, baby
    But who's the mystery girl?

    Don't you try to calm me down
    Don't you try to calm me down

    Pardon me, baby
    But who's the mystery girl?
    Mystery girl

    And you know that we're growing apart
    Because you planted the seeds yourself
    And you know that we're growing apart
    Because you planted the seeds yourself

    Don't you try to calm me down! Writer/s: ALEX TURNER, ALEXANDRA MCDERMOTT
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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