The Great Big No

Album: Come On Feel The Lemonheads (1993)
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  • Lover don't turn your head.
    Just let me walk away.
    I thought I might have to say,
    You're asking the wrong guy.
    She wonders how.
    Thinks she knows now.
    She'll be right.
    They always go bye the bye.
    The great big no. Great big no.
    Great big no. Great big no.
    Is nothing okay with you.
    Is nothing okay with me.
    Is anything happening to have to go to sea.
    He wonders why. The indigo guy,
    He'll be right.
    They always go bye the bye.
    The great big no. Great big no.
    Great big no. Great big no.
    Everyone knows everything
    Everyone knows everything
    Nobody, nobody has got no one to go to.
    Great big no.
    Great big no.
    Great big no.
    Great big no.
    Whoah (Lover don't turn your head.)
    Lover don't turn your head.
    No. (Lover don't turn your head.)
    Is nothing okay with you? Writer/s: EVAN GRIFFITH DANDO, TOM MORGAN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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