Ian Brown - Deep Pile Dreams Lyrics

Writer(s) : BROWN
Artist: Ian Brown Lyrics
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Album: Track 11 on Unfinished Monkey Business
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I've seen you
You've never been yourself
That's what you pay your shrink for
You're mean, you thinking of no one but yourself
What do you think all the love's for?

I only ever wanted the one with the flag
But all you ever wanted was a sixty dollar bag
And a cheap limousine for your deep pile dream
On the highway

Shut your mouth and bend down low
Sit back and watch the flowers grow
People change but it was never a game
Go wash your face and your hands cause we all look the same

I only ever wanted the one with the flag
But all you ever wanted was a sixty dollar bag
And a cheap limousine for your deep pile dream
On the highway

See no hear no, so why do you go and speak so
Talking pouring scorn on the bold
I closed the door on your cold breath wish
You went and gave your tongue to a devil on a dish

I only ever wanted the one with the flag
But all you ever wanted was a sixty dollar bag
And a cheap limousine for your deep pile dream
On the highway

I only ever wanted the one with the flag
But all you ever wanted was a sixty dollar bag
And a cheap limousine for your deep pile dream
On the highway


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