The Trouble With Me

Album: Intensive Care (2005)
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  • You see the trouble with me
    I'm a basket case
    I don't think I can love, love, love

    You see the trouble with you
    Is your in love with me
    What a strange thing to do
    What a brave place to be

    So we dive
    On sunset strip
    Our hearts so deep
    I drown in it
    And as it breaks
    I swim through cracks
    And leave with words
    I can't take back

    You see the trouble with me
    Monkey see monkey do
    There's no you in tomorrow
    A better offer came through
    You see the trouble with you
    There's no trouble with you
    So when you say that you love me
    That stops me loving you

    So she stays
    On sunset strip
    Our hearts so full
    I drown in it
    She's waiting for
    My words to break
    The one true love
    I couldn't make

    So she walks
    That golden mile
    Men will try
    And catch her eye
    We both know
    What could have been
    On sunset strip
    Our broken dream Writer/s: ROBERT WILLIAMS, STEPHEN DUFFY
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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