Treasure Island

joanna xxx


Wait a second, don't i know you


Wait a second, don't i know you
i recognise your face
Wait a second, don't i know you
but not from around this place

YOU'D THINK YOU'D RECOGNISE ME AFTER ALL THESE YEARS I'M YOU'RE PAST
THE ONE THAT TOOK CARE OF BULLIES AND PRESSURE FROM PEERS

(next day)

Wait a second, don't i know you
i recognise your face
Wait a second, don't i know you
but not from around this place

YOU THINK YOU'D RECOGNISE ME NOW MORE THAN EVER
I'M YOU'RE NOW HOLDING ON TO YOU'RE LAST TEATHER

(next day)

Wait a second, don't i know you
i recognise your face
Wait a second, don't i know you
but not from around this place

YOU THINK YOU'D RECOG.....
NO WAIT!
INTRODUCING YOUR FUTURE! ! !

Submitted: Friday, September 07, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 05, 2011

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