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2. Hey Girl
3. Start of the Story
4. You and Me (Pt. 1)
5. Watching the Carpet Grow
 
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2. Choose Between the Two
3. The Siren's Song
4. Rubies
5. Somewhere
 
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Album: That's a Good Question
Recorded: 1991
at Vibrafeel Studios, Inala, Queensland
 
Performers
David Kelsey: Vocals, Backing Vocals
Dave Elms: Guitars
Rudi Prudon: Bass
Fred Waters: Drums


 
Lyrics
I lost her eyes
In a faraway dream
As if her face
Didn't want to be seen
I forced a smile
Couldn't see what I mean
See what I mean

I wrapped my hands
In a thin disguise
Protect myself
Between her thighs
Didn't want to lose
This valuable prize
This valuable prize

I lost my nerve
In a pool of sweat
Put myself out
What did I get?
It's the same again
You're in my debt
You're in my debt

Tried to see your point of view
Everything turns back to you
Selfishness in a darker hue
I can't tell you what to do
Finally it's up to you...

Found you once
Gotta look again
Got the timing wrong
The place is the same
Try to lose myself
In the pouring rain
The pouring rain

Tried to see your point of view
Everything turns back to you
Selfishness in a darker hue
I can't tell you what to do
Finally it's up to you…

 
Lyrics: David Kelsey
Additional Lyric:Dave Elms
Music: Good Question
Arranged: Good Question
Copyright: D'Kade Songs
 
A Bit of Trivia
This song was one of the first pieces of music DE and DK worked on.

DE had the basic chord structure and it sounded pretty good. DK had some lyrics written from many years earlier, which seemed to fit quite well, so the song was born.

I'm not too sure whether the lyrics did justice to the original music, but that's the way it goes.

There's a line in the song that goes, "Protect myself between her thighs", which most people assume is a sexual reference. It isn't!!

The intention of the sentiment is more to do with vulnerability and the closeness you feel with another person when you open up to them and trust them with your darkest secrets, but still need to feel safe about it.
 
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