Album: Rockferry (2008)
  • [x2]

    I'm a trophy on your arm,
    You wear me like a charm,
    Yes you do.
    An accessory that suits,
    Your new suede boots,

    I get a feeling deep down, inside,
    Something just ain't right.
    I get a feeling that tells me I know,
    Baby you never show...

    How you really feel for me
    Tell me, can we ever be,
    Serious? Serious in love?

    A joke on my expense,
    In front of all your friends,
    All the time.
    A game you like to play,
    Leaves me solo,
    every day.


    How you really feel for me
    Tell me can we ever be,
    Serious? Serious in love?

    Serious? Serious in love?


    How you really feel for me,
    Tell me, can we ever be, tell me,
    Serious? Serious in love?

    So serious
    So serious
    Break it down
    Break it down
    Serious (into fade) Writer/s: CHUCK BUTLER, SUE C. SMITH, DANIEL JOHN MUCKALA
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Sorina from Bucharest, RomaniaMy favourite Duffy song! Brilliant, "serious fun" indeed!
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