In My Own Particular Way

Album: Negative Capability (2018)
  • Send me someone to love
    Someone who could love me back
    Love me for who I really am
    Not an image and not for money
    I know I'm not young and I'm damaged
    But I'm still pretty, kind and funny

    In my own particular way
    In my own particular way
    Capable of loving in my own particular way
    And ready to love
    At last

    It's taken me a long time to learn
    In fact my whole life so far
    So much rubbish I had to burn
    So much I had to go through

    Send me someone please who'll love me
    Someone who can see all my faults
    But love me nevertheless
    And we will love each other

    In our own particular way
    In our own particular way
    Capable of living in our own particular way
    And ready to love
    At last

    In my own particular way
    In my own particular way
    Capable of loving in my own particular way
    And ready to love
    At last Writer/s: Ed Harcourt, Marianne Faithfull, Robert Mcvey, Warren Ellis
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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