Stop Me

Album: Version (2007)
Charted: 2
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  • Stop me, oh, stop me
    Stop me if you think that you've heard this one before
    Stop me, oh, stop me
    Stop me if you think that you've heard this one before

    Nothing's changed, I still love you
    Oh, I still love you, only slightly
    Only slightly less than I used to, my love

    I was delayed, I was waylaid, an emergency stop
    I smelt the last ten seconds of life, I crashed down
    On the crossbar and the pain was enough to make a shy
    Bald buddhist reflect and plan a mass murder
    Who said, I'd lied to her

    Oh, who said, I'd lied because I never, I never
    Who said I'd lied because I never

    I was detained, I was restrained
    And broke my spleen, and broke my knee
    And then he really lays into me
    Friday night in out patients, who said I'd lied to her

    Oh, who said, I'd lied because I never, I never
    Who said, I'd lied because I never

    And so I drank one, it became four
    And when I fell on the floor I drank more

    Stop me, oh, stop me
    Stop me if you think that you've heard this one before
    Stop me, oh, stop me
    Stop me if you think that you've heard this one before

    Nothing's changed, I still love you
    Oh, I still love you only slightly
    Only slightly less than I used to, my love Writer/s: EMILE HAYNIE, JEFFREY BHASKER, NATALIA NOEMI CAPPUCCINI, TEDDY NATALIA NOEMI SINCLAIR
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Ruby from San Francisco, CaUmmm okay just to let you know Mark Ronson is not the singer of this song, he's the producer. Daniel Merriweather does the singing, which is the first fact mentioned.
    And also the fact that you think the words are "awesome" contribute in the importance of WHERE & from WHOM the song came from cuuuz were it not for The Smiths and their "awesome words," as you described Krys, this song would not have been made.
    Both versions I love. Smiths cuz Morrissey's tone and emotion, and Ronson's cuz I just love the sound and Merriweather's soulful voice!
  • Krys from Warner Robins, Gai could care less who mark ronson got the song from all i know is he has an amazing voice! the song is awesome, the words are awesome, and he has an incredibly creamy voice that i love listening to
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