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The Courteeners – It'll Take More Than A Weekend Away To Fix This Mess lyrics

So I'll lie awake, and I'll stare at the tall magnesium walls,
Japanese lilies lie limp like a seller on a stall.
Is he still there, do you still care.

The Hilton hotel will refuge you,
Couples that can't talk problems through,
Shuffle to the dining room table for 2
And so starters are ordered
And you know that he'll pay
And you've already run out of things to say.

Such a lovely gesture, but I'll stress

It'll Take More Than A Weekend Away To Fix This Mess
More Than A Weekend Away To Fix This Mess
More Than A Weekend Away To Fix This Mess
More Than A Weekend Away

So I can't get to sleep, cause these pillows they aren't mine,
And the mattress feels like it's too good for my spine,

So what started as escape route for the 2 of us,
Escalated into something that unjust such a lovely gesture but died.

I must stress

It'll Take More Than A Weekend Away To Fix This Mess
More Than A Weekend Away To Fix This Mess
More Than A Weekend Away To Fix This Mess
More Than A Weekend Away



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