Me Neither

Album: Who Needs Pictures (1999)
Charted: 85
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  • Darling I've been standing here just watching you all night
    And I think I've even caught you watching me a couple times
    If I don't ask I'll never know
    This may sound dumb but here we go
    Do you believe in love at first sight?

    Me neither I'm glad that we agree
    Believe me that's a big relief
    Well this place is awful crowded
    And this music is so loud
    Would you like to go and grab a bite to eat?
    Me neither

    It's nice to finally meet a girl who doesn't move too fast
    I was only checking that's the reason that I asked
    Relationships need time to grow
    You and I should take this slow
    Darling tell me would you like to dance?

    Me neither I was just bein' polite
    Thank goodness my feet are much too tired
    I'm sure your tired too
    I can see an empty booth
    Would you like to maybe sit and talk awhile?
    Me neither

    We'd never get along
    I'm thinking there's no chemistry at all
    This has been a waste of time
    And I'm running out of lines
    Don't you think it's time for me to end this song?
    Me neither

    (Ah here we go)

    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Spirit Music Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Lorenzo from Austin, TxClever song. He's a really underrated guitarist.
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