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These are the sad songs


by Suede. Buy album CD: Sci-Fi Lullabies


Where's all the money gone?
I'm talking to you
All up the hole in your arm
Is the needle a much better screw?
But oh what will you do alone?
'Cos I have to go.

Where is this life of fun that you promised me?
Nothing here works but your works and I mean it
I have to leave
But oh what will you do alone?
'Cos I have to go.

If I was the wife of an acrobat would I look like the living dead boy?
You're on the wire and can't get back, let's talk about the living dead
Could have had a car, could have had it all,
Could have walked in the sky but we stare at the wall.

I know where the money's gone--
I know what you do
'Cos I've seen the hole in your arm and
The needle's a much better screw
But oh, what will you do alone?
'Cos I have to go.



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Album: Sci-Fi Lullabies (1997) Lyrics
cd Buy "Sci-Fi Lullabies" CD
  1. Every Monday Morning Come
  2. My insatiable one
  3. To the birds
  4. Where the pigs don't fly
  5. He's dead
  6. The big time
  7. High rising
  8. The living dead
  9. My dark star
  10. Killing of a Flash Boy
  11. Whipsnade
  12. Modern Boysmodern Boys
  13. Together
  14. Bentswood boys
  15. Europe is our playground
  16. Every monday morning comes
  17. Have You Ever Been This Low?
  18. Another no one
  19. Young men
  20. The sound of the streets
  21. Money
  22. W.S.D.
  23. This time
  24. Jumble sale mums
  25. These are the sad songs
  26. Sadie
  27. Graffiti women
  28. Duchess

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