Am I Wry? No
by Mew

Album: Half the World Is Watching Me (2000)
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  • Farah, now that you're here, can you tell me
    Exactly how I should have done
    Farah, drives with her eyes closed
    Do you ever inflict unwanted memories

    I know you and I know it won't take you long
    To make me smile
    Farah, angelic girl I'll have
    You know it's you and me potentially

    Farah, don't pull the carpet from under me
    Indifference is killing me
    Am I wry? Oh my! Fallacy!
    Fallacy in my words am I wry

    I know you and I know you're not afraid
    To say the least
    Diamond ring diamond ring
    But you can't find it

    Cold is the night Writer/s: BO RUNE MADSEN, JOHAN HASLUND WOHLERT, JONAS BJERRE TERKELSBOEL, SILAS UTKE GRAAE JOERGENSEN
    Publisher: Fintage House Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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