Remind Me to Smile

  • We'll take a taxi to the show
    We could report by phone
    We could remind ourselves that
    We must laugh

    Reconsider: 'fame'
    I need new reasons
    This is detention it's not fun at all

    Remind me to smile
    You know, 'the old friends' line
    It gets so I feel like
    I'm in this cold, glass, cage

    I've got the horrors
    Check, over my shoulder
    I punch the air and fight but
    No-one's there

    You you oh no
    Old scars don't show
    We fall you see
    Crawl crawl in love
    I dive so clean
    Young things don't scream
    Toys toys so far
    Boys boys you are


    Get off the car
    Get off the phone
    Move from my window, leave me alone

    Keep your revivals
    Keep your conventions
    Keep all your fantasies that's all we are Writer/s: Gary Anthony Webb, Gary Anthony James Webb
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Dwasifar from Usa Interesting that this song about dealing with fame borrows the bass riff from David Bowie's "Fame."
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