Naïve

Album: Inside In / Inside Out (2005)
Charted: 5
  • I'm not saying it your fault
    Although you could have done more

    Oh, you're so naive, yet so

    How could this be done?
    By such a smiling sweetheart
    Oh, and your sweet and pretty face
    In such an ugly way
    Something so beautiful
    That every time I look inside

    I know that she knows that I'm not fond of asking
    True or false, it may be
    She's still out to get me

    I know that she knows that I'm not fond of asking
    True or false, it may be
    She's still out to get me

    I may say it was your fault
    'Cause I know you could have done more

    Oh, you're so naive, yet so

    How could this be done
    By such a smiling sweetheart?
    Oh, and your sweet and pretty face
    In such an ugly way something so beautiful
    Every time I look inside

    I know that she knows that I'm not fond of asking
    True or false, it may be
    She's still out to get me

    I know that she knows that I'm not fond of asking
    True or false, it may be
    She's still out to get me

    How could this be done
    By such a smiling sweetheart?

    Oh, you're so naive, yet so

    Such an ugly thing
    Someone so beautiful
    And every time you're on his side

    I know she knows that I'm not fond of asking
    True or false, it maybe be
    She's still out to get me

    And I know she knows that I'm not fond of asking
    True or false, it maybe be
    She's still out to get me

    Just don't let me down
    Just don't let me down
    Hold on to your kite
    Just don't let me down
    Just don't let me down
    Hold on to your kite
    Just don't let me down
    Just don't let me down
    Hold on to this kite
    Just don't let me down
    Just don't let me down Writer/s: Luke Pritchard, Max Rafferty, Paul Garred
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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