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Kings Of Convenience – Stay Out Of Trouble lyrics

One, two,
One, two.

I walked around for hours,
Two ten pence pieces in my hand.
I was alone and freezing,
Still trying hard to understand you.

I left the others knowing
I had to work this by myself.
But now the feeling's growing,
I would be better off with their help.

So baby, what we've got,
Has lately,
Not been enough,
Not been enough.

I wish I had your scarf still,
That once embraced,
And kept me warm.
I wish you could be with me,
In these last days when I am still hopelessly poor.

Stay out of trouble,
Stay in touch.
Try not to think about me too much.



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