I don't just know you I've grown like that too (Identical, identical) (Identical, identical) If I don't dislike you I'm withdrawn, unrighteous too (Identical, identical) (Identical, identical) I don't just know you But a red rose lies, peonies too (Identical, identical) a caress can hide the lassitude (Identical, identical) In the same room, on the same night I found you caught in the headlights (Identical, identical) hold up to show your gratitude (Identical, identical)
Un-forget, un-washed away Can't forgive what you were No god forbid to persuade All your sins are counterfeit I'll follow my own mistrial I heard the echo this time So why not discuss this headline Now we're sitting on the same side of this aisle Reflections on the protocol and reciprocity Hey father, mother, daughter, here's another varsity Gazing 'round the corner of the university Can't call it out, but keep calling you out loud
Tell me you're trying, trying to regret Playing all night those videotapes I'm no prophet, I'm your friend Take my advice, make your mistakes I'm right beside you Unfold that I know you I'm told that it's my fault I'd rather fall and lose control again
I'm losing my friend, I'm losing my grip Praying all night to radio waves I'm no prophet, I'm your friend Take my advice, make your mistakes
Writer/s: Christian Mazzalai, Deck D'Arcy, Laurent Brancowitz, Thomas Mars
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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"Bittersweet Symphony" by The Verve samples an obscure orchestral arrangement of the 1965 Rolling Stones song "The Last Time." The Verve had to sign away most of the royalties before they could release the song.