Thinking About You

Album: Pablo Honey (1993)
  • Been thinking about you, your records are here
    Your eyes are on my wall, your teeth are over there
    But I'm still no one, and you're now a star
    What do you care?
    Been thinking about you, and there's no rest
    Should I still love you, still see you in bed
    But I'm playing with myself?
    What do you care when the other men are far, far better?

    All the things you got,
    All the things you need
    Who bought you cigarettes,
    Who bribed the company to come and see you, honey

    I've been thinking about you, so how can you sleep?
    These people aren't your friends, they're paid to kiss your feet
    They don't know what I know
    Why should you care when I'm not there?

    Been thinking about you, and there's no rest
    Should I still love you, still see you in bed
    When I'm playing with myself?
    What do you care when I'm not there?

    All the things you got
    That you'll never need
    All the things you got
    I'm played out and bleed to please you

    Been thinking about you Writer/s: Colin Charles Greenwood, Edward John O'Brien, Jonathan Richard Guy Greenwood, Philip James Selway, Thomas Edward Yorke
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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