Who Sang The Forgetting of Wisdom? The Lucksmiths

The Lucksmiths Why That Doesn't Surprise Me cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2001-2-27
Genre: Rock Pop
Style: Pop Rock/Indie Rock
length: 2:02

A summer's day at my disposal
By way of apology, a proposal
I really should have realised I was wrong, wrong, wrong
Such a long, long, long time ago

It hasn't been all beer and skittles
There was some madness in the middle
I'll make us sandwiches and I'll make amends
Am I making sense?
We were good, good friends for a while

It's almost – literally – the least that I could do

CD 1
  • 1 Music to Hold Hands To
  • 2 Synchronised Sinking
  • 3 The Great Dividing Range
  • 4 Beach Boys Medley
  • 5 Broken Bones
  • 6 First Cousin
  • 7 Don't Bring Your Work to Bed
  • 8 Fear of Rollercoasters
  • 9 Harmonicas and Trams
  • 10 The Forgetting of Wisdom
  • 11 Self-Preservation
  • 12 How to Tie a Tie
  • 13 All the Recipes I've Ever Ruined
  • 14 The Year of Driving Languorously