Saturday, February 19, 2011

Cutting An Anarkali Churidhar

Considered Insanity

Knowing you exist
Ain't good enough for me
But asking
For your telephone number
Seems highly inappropriate
Seeing as I can't even say hi when you walk by

And that time you shook my hand
It felt so nice
I swear I've never felt this way about any other guy
And I never usually notice people's eyes

I conducted a plan
To bump into you most accidentally
I was walking along
And I bumped into you much more heavily
Than I'd originally planned.
It was well embarrassing and
I think you thought that I was a bit of a twat

I just think that we'd get on
Oh I wish I could tell you face to face
Instead of singing this stupid song
But yeah I just think that we might get on

So I went to that party everyone they looked kind of arty
And I was wearing this dress 'cause I wanted to impress
But I wasn't sure if I looked my best 'cause I was so nervous
But I carried on regardless
Strutting through each room
Trying to find you

And when I saw you kissing that girl
My heart, it shattered
And my eyes, they watered
And when I tried to speak I stu-uttered

And my friends were like
You'll find someone better,
His eyes are way too close together
And we never even liked him from the start.

And now he's with that tart,
And I heard she'd done some really nasty stuff
Down in the park with Michael.
He said she's easy
And if your guys with someone that's sleazy
Then he ain't worth your time
Cause you deserve a real nice guy"

So I proceeded to get drunk and to cry
I locked myself in the toilets for the entire night

Saturday night, I watch Channel 5
I particularly like CSI
I don't ever dream about you and me
I don't ever make up stuff about us
That would be classed as insanity

I don't ever drive by your house to see if you're in
I don't even have an opinion on that tramp
That you are still seeing

I don't know your timetable
I don't know your face off by heart
But I must admit that there is a part
That still thinks that we might get on
That we might get on
That we could get on
That we should get on.

Kate Nash.


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