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Someone Else's Clothes

This song is by Roger Chapman and appears on the album Hybrid And Lowdown (1990).

Let me be your water, be your glass of wine
Let me be your bubble for your champagne smile
Let me be your window to the open sky
Your mirror in the bathroom reflecting every line
Be there when you waken, the lover no-one knows
Standing out there naked in someone's, in someone's
Someone else's clothes

Let me be the pocket, the bullet for your gun
Let me be your conscience, the total of your sum
Let me be your mentor, the stole around your throat
Let me be the summer inside your winter coat
The holder of your secret, the face that's never shown
Standing out there naked in someone's, in someone's
Someone else's clothes
Standing there in someone's clothes

Let me be your diamond set in Spanish gold
Let me be your hard stuff, the rock among your roll
Let me be your engine babe, be your favourite car
Let me be your wagon and drive into your heart
Your emancipated lover, the dream that comes and goes
Standing out there naked in someone's, in someone's
Someone else's clothes
Standing there in someone's clothes

Let me be your worker, every tooth and cog
Let me be your serpent, be your, "yeller dog"
Let me be your pencil pushin' down the lead
Be your dictionary, your brand new A to Z
The words are never spoken just a sign, 'we never close'
Standing out there naked in someone's, in someone's
Someone else's
Standing out there naked
Standing out there naked
Standing out there

Written by:

Chapman