Postcard - The Lemonheads

Verse 1:

Once I thought I was more right than wrong,

Painting myself in the corner.

What I bought and why it takes so long,

Something inside of her warned her.

Chorus:

I know that it doesn't matter much

But I hope we'll, keep in touch.

I know that we won't go on as such

But I hope we'll, keep in touch.

Could it be that hard,

To send you a postcard?

Verse 2:

Fragile smile, a ragged sleeve,

Didn't laugh once to often. (pause)

Before a while, it takes to grieve,

Try to repair what I've done.

Chorus

You laugh across the kitchen,

At something in a magazine.

I frown across the table,

So blunt, I'm never seen.

Your hair falls in your eyes as you ask

"what do you mean? "

Verse 3:

See yourself never satisfied,

In the clothes that you try now.

I swore myself, I said I'd never cry.

Close to saying goodbye now.



Last chorus:



I know that it doesn't matter much

But I'm hoping to keep in touch.

I know that we won't go on as such

But I'm hoping to keep in touch.

Could it be that hard,

To send me a postcard?

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