It's All About You

  • The sun was a bright bikini yellow
    The sky was a Wedgwood blue
    The mood just unspeakably mellow
    Till he came and spoilt the view
    The sea is a black and blue diva
    That sticks to your skin like glue
    The sun where it's nice and easy
    Till he came and spoilt the view

    It's all about you
    They self-proclaim you
    The things we don't do
    It's all about you

    [?] doesn't surprise me
    [?]
    You [?] derides me
    While the rest of us are down on our knees
    On the relocation map words fail you
    It's a chance for us to get some sleep
    I climb behind us to tell you
    But I haven't slept a wink a week

    It's all about you
    They self-proclaim you
    The things we don't do
    It's all about you

    Shaken by the fear
    What to do
    Shaken by the fear
    Looking at you

    It's all about you
    They self-proclaim you
    The things we don't do
    It's all about you

    It's all about you
    They self-proclaim you
    The things we don't do
    It's all about you
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