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Fiona Apple Parting Gift Lyrics

Last updated: 01/07/2008 10:00:00 AM

I opened my eyes
While you were kissing me once more than once
And you looked as sincere as a dog
Just as sincere as a dog does,
When it's the food on your lips with which it's in love

I bet you could never tell
That I knew you didn't know me that well
It is my fault you see
You never learned that much from me

Oh you silly stupid pastime of mine
You were always good for rhyme
And from the first to the last time
The signs said stop
But we went on whole hearted it ended bad
But I love what we started it said stop
But we went on whole hearted it ended bad
But I love what we started

I took off my glasses
While you were yelling at me once more than once
So as not to see you see me react
Should've put 'em, should've put 'em on again
So I could see you see me sincerely yelling back

I bet your fortress face
Belied your fort of lace
It is by the grace of me
You never learned what I could see

Oh you silly stupid pastime of mine
You were always good for rhyme
And from the first to all the last times
All the signs said stop
But we went on whole hearted it ended bad
But I love what we started it said stop
But we went on whole hearted it ended bad
But we love what we started

Thanks to Lawrence Wilcox for submitting Parting Gift Lyrics.



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