You See Red

Album: No Smoke Without Fire (1978)
  • When a days work is done
    And you're down on the ground
    You come home just to find
    That she's not around.

    You see red, you see red,
    When she takes you for a fool.
    You see red, you see red
    Read the writing on the wall.

    What you give is what you get
    When it comes to loving.
    If you lie, make her cry,
    She will leave you alone.

    You see red, you see red,
    When she takes you for a fool.
    You see red, you see red
    Read the writing on the wall.

    So you drink your gin,
    And drown your sorrows,
    Don't expect a tomorrow.
    Wasting away ain't now way to say
    That you're sorry, for what you have done.

    When a days work is done
    And you're down on the ground
    You come home just to find
    That she's not around.

    You see red, you see red,
    When she takes you for a fool.
    You see red, you see red
    Read the writing on the wall.




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