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Call it a day


by The Raconteurs. Buy album CD: Broken Boy Soldiers


Can we call it a day?
Now would that be OK?
Can we just go our own separate ways? (ways~)
'Cos I'm cold and wet
And I'm willing to bet
That you constructed this maze (maze~)

I stumble around
Try to follow the sound
Then something takes hold of my hand (my hand~)
If we cause such a mess
And I'd venture to guess
That you concocted this plan (plan~)

I don't know what to do
'Cos it's always been you
Who helps me to make up my mind (my mind~)
But I stake my life
And swear by this knife
That it's all by your design (design~)

Enough has been said
It goes 'round in my head
Until I break down and cry (and cry~)
I wouldn't be surprised
If that look in your eyes
Was your way of saying goodbye
(Goodbye~~)

Can we call it a day?
Now would that be OK?
Can we just go our own separate ways?(ways~)
'Cos I'm cold and wet
And I'm willing to bet
That you constructed this maze (maze~)

(My hand~)

You concocted this plan (plan~)
I don't know what to do
'Cos it's always been you
Who helps me to make up my mind (my mind~)
But I stake my life
And swear by this knife
That it's all by your design (design~)
Yeah it's all by your design (design)



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Album: Broken Boy Soldiers (2006) Lyrics
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  1. Steady as she goes
  2. Hands
  3. Broken boy soldier
  4. Intimate secretary
  5. Together
  6. Level
  7. Store bought bones
  8. Yellow sun
  9. Call it a day
  10. Blue veins

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