Seeing Other People

Album: If You're Feeling Sinister (1996)
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  • We lay on the bed there
    Kissing just for practice
    Could we please be objective?
    'Cause the other boys are queuing up behind us
    A hand over my mouth
    A hand over the window
    Well, if I remain passive and you just want to cuddle
    Then we should be ok, and we won't get in a muddle
    Cause we're seeing other people
    At least that's what we say we are doing

    So how are you feeling?
    I don't think you can be dealing
    With the situation very well
    You take a lover for a dirty weekend, that's ok
    But when it's over
    You are looking at the working week through the eyes of a gigolo

    You're kissing your elbow
    You're kissing your reflection
    And you can't understand why all the other boys are going for the
    New, tall, elegant rich kids
    You can bet it is a bitch, kid
    But if they don't see the quality then it is apparent that
    You're going to have to change
    Or you're going to have to go with girls
    You might be better off
    At least they know where to put it

    We lay on the bed there
    Kissing just for practice
    Could we please be objective?
    'Cause the other boys are queuing up behind us
    A hand over my mouth
    A hand over the window
    Well, if I remain passive and you just want to cuddle
    Then we should be ok, and we won't get in a muddle
    Cause we're seeing other people
    At least that's what we say we are doing
    We're seeing other people
    At least that's what we say we are doing
    We're seeing other people
    At least that's what we say we are doing Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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