David SmithWhite

Rookie (270552 / Australia)

Song: Paranoia


You're always watching everything I do.
I feel your eyes burning me right through.
Every little step I take,
every single move I make.
You're always watching everything I do.

You're always watching everything I do.
A jealous spy forever seeking clues.
The detective must investigate,
the mortal sins I expiate.
You're always watching everything I do.

Watching you, watching me;
I find my inner snoop identity.
Watching you, watching me;
defines the hidden threat in mystery.

You're always watching everything I do.
All my colours drain and fade to blue.
You may think I'm paranoid;
I only see our life destroyed.
You're always watching everything I do.

You're always watching everything I do.
Jumping to conclusions misconstrued.
I wonder if you count the cost,
or understand how love is lost.
You're always watching everything I do.

Watching me, watching you;
I'm always scotching rumours that aren't true.
Watching me, watching you;
you're always watching everything I do.

You're always watching everything I do.
Always keeping tabs just as you choose.
I cannot live with your mistrust;
a once great love now turned to dust.
You're always watching everything I do.

Watching you, watching me;
watching you, no longer free.
Watching me, watching you;
you're always watching everything I do.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 06, 2005
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