Did You See Me Coming?

Album: Yes (2009)
Charted: 21
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  • Did you see me coming?
    Was I that obvious?
    For all of a sudden
    There were just two of us

    You don't have be in "Who's Who" to know what's what
    You don't have to be a high-flyer to catch your slot
    The night we met was cold and wet
    I needed a drink or two
    I saw you standing there and I knew
    I'd love to be loved by you

    Did you see me coming?
    Was I that obvious?
    For all of a sudden
    There were just two of us

    You don't have to be what's what to know who's who
    You don't need the DNA to find the proof
    Then and there my life made sense
    You were the evidence

    Did you see me coming?
    Was I that obvious?
    For all of a sudden
    There were just two of us
    Did you see me coming?
    I thought I'd have to make
    All of the running
    I was all yours to take

    Am I superstitious or really religious
    Just "to thyself be true"
    But now I think I'm starting to believe in fate
    Because it delivered you

    Did you see me coming?
    Was I that obvious?
    For all of a sudden
    There were just two of us
    Did you see me coming?
    I thought I'd have to make
    All of the running
    I was all yours to take Writer/s: CHRIS LOWE, NEIL TENNANT
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., O/B/O CAPASSO
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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