Sunday, March 26, 2006

i see you, you see me by the Magic#s

I never wanted to love you, but that’s ok
I always knew that you’d leave me anyway
But darling when I see you, I see me

I asked the boys if they’d let me go out and play
They always said that you’d hurt me anyway
But darling when I see you, I see me

Its alright I never thought I’d fall in love again
Its alright I look to you as my only friend
Its alright I never thought that I could feel this something
Rising, rising in my veins
Looks like it’s happened again

I never thought that you wanted for me to stay
So I left you with the girls that came your way
But darling when I see you, I see me
I often thought that you’d be better off left alone
Why throw a circle round a man with broken bones
But darling when I see you, I see me

Its alright I never thought I’d fall in love again
Its alright I look to you as my only friend
Its alright I never thought that I could feel this something
Rising, rising in my veins
Looks like it’s happened again

You always looked like you had something else on your mind
But when I try to tell you, you’d tell me never mind
But darling when I see you, you see me

I wanna tell you that I’ll never love anyone else
You wanna tell me that you’re better off by yourself
But darling when I see you, you see me

This is not what I’m like (x4)
This is not what I do
This is not what I’m like
I think I’m falling for you

I never thought - This is not what I’m like I never thought - This is not what I do
I never thought - This is not what I’m like
I never thought - I think I’m falling for you
I never thought -
I never thought -
That I could feel this something
Rising, rising in my veins
Looks like it’s happened again

And it looks like
I feel this something
Rising, rising in my veins
Looks like it’s happened again

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Although this is a fantastic song, the best thing about it is the way a certian nameless beauty looks leaning against the bar at the 9:30 club while they play it...

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