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Everything But The Girl Fascination Lyrics

Last updated: 06/16/2011 11:00:00 AM

I won't try to stop you
When you speak of the past
Doubt is over now
And I can join in when you laugh
Fascination makes us ask for more
Than we'd like to know
I needn't explain
I think you know

Reassure me when my heart's
Not bold enough to bear her name
If you were in my shoes
And scared I would do the same
And though I may ask
There's no need for past details
For though I may laugh alone
My courage fails
Did you know?

See how I've changed now
My head's so clear
Still there are some things
That I don't want to hear
There must be so much I know
That you cannot forget
And I mustn't wish your life began
The day we met

Places we go remind you
Of when you were here before
So you talk and tell me
You don't think about it anymore
There is something I know
Hasn't quite been left behind
So I'll ask you once again
To prove that I don't mind
To prove that I don't mind

Thanks to Paul Robertson for submitting Fascination Lyrics.

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I Agree | Reviewer: Anonymous | 6/16/11

i read this blog and have felt the same way as it is,so much truth,song from the heart,ive followed since 1984 and love every album and got everyone and tracy's and bens,kept me alive which i really mean its the truth.

yes, fascination. | Reviewer: Anonymous | 9/25/08

if anyone has been caught in the situation where their significant other has an attachment to the past but would like to move on with you, then you need this song. Tracey Thorn has the perfect voice with Ben Watt's simple chords and rythem to set the emotions of a struggle with the past and the fight it takes to move forward with that love of your life. fascination is a powerful tool in the early stages of a relationship to deal with the past and get you through the first rough stages of a serious relationship and arrive at complete trust and show unconditional commitment. There is no better way to put it than Tracey Thorn and Ben Watt have.