I Ain't Quite Where I Think I Am

Album: The Car (2022)
Charted: 23
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  • Freaky keypad
    By the retina scan
    I've been given good reason to believe
    I ain't quite where I think I am

    But it's always worth half a blast
    You know the face but you can't see past
    The disco strobes in the stumbling blocks
    Wait, there's the other island now

    Formation displays of affection fly over (eyes roll back)
    And I can see both islands now

    It's the intermission
    Let's shake a few hands
    Blank expressions invite me to suspect
    I ain't quite where I think I am

    Stackable party guests
    To fill the awkward silences
    The disco strobes in the stumbling blocks
    Wait, there's the other island now

    Formation displays of affection fly over (eyes roll back)
    And I can see both islands now
    From my vantage point

    The spare set of tingles'll race up your spine
    If I get it my way

    Looks like the Riviera
    Is coming in to land
    Early predictions would seem to suggest
    I ain't quite where I think I am

    Formation displays of affection fly over (eyes roll back)
    And I can see both islands now Writer/s: Alex Turner
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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