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​You And Me

This song is by Lindisfarne and appears on the album Back And Fourth (1978).

Hull

I've spent my days in restless ways
I messed around with waits and strays
But after all, that's what I wanted.

She was simply searching for
Another house, another door
When she knocked on mine, she got it.

I opened up her eyes to situations
She had previously denied
Even existed.

And once or twice, I made her cry
Heaven knows I didn't try
To foul it up or twist it.

(The walrus and the carpenter, the whiting and the snail)
(The lightning and the winds that wail)
And all the freaks that ever were and the weirds that will be
Got nothing on you and me (got nothing on you and me).

(The walrus and the carpenter, the whiting and the snail)
(The lightning and the winds that wail)
And all the freaks that ever were and the weirds that will be
Got nothing on you and me (got nothing on you and me).

You and me are gonna be
The sensation of the seventies
They'll maybe even build us a statue.

And in some distant future day
When we're strolling down the promenade
You'll turn to me and say : 'Is that you ?'.

(The walrus and the carpenter, the whiting and the snail)
(The lightning and the winds that wail)
And all the freaks that ever were and the weirds that will be
Got nothing on you and me (got nothing on you and me).

You and me
Me, you and me
You and me
You and me, that's all.