Ego A Go Go

Album: Life Thru a Lens (1997)
  • Where were you when you stole my pride
    Did you ever get the feeling thatsomeone died
    Hide away in your ivory tower
    And cover me in your golden shower
    Did I make you laugh when I played the clown
    And was I the dog that bit you when you put it down
    Break it nicely break it slow
    Break it so I got no place to go

    Ego a go go now you've gone solo
    Living on a memory
    Where've you been lately
    And do you still hate me
    Could you offer an apology

    Aaah turn away
    Aaah fade to grey

    Where were you when the party ended
    Were you stitching up the wounds
    That you thought I need mending
    Wonderland has crashed to the ground
    The circus has gone all that's left is the clowns
    Did I break your heart when I stole your thunder
    Was there woodworm in the table your feet are under
    Break it nicely break it slow
    Break it so I got no place to go

    Ego a go go now you've gone solo
    Living on a memory
    Now you've gone stately
    And yes you do hate me
    Could you offer an apology

    Aaah turn away
    Aaah fade to grey
    Aaah I hope you've strayed
    Aaah and got laid

    Ego a go go Writer/s: Guy Chambers, Robert Williams
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
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