To Work On You - Alison Moyet




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Can I sleep on your floor tonight?
If I promise to stay there
I want to be with you
It's too late to go back home
I can say what you want me to
If it's words that please you
I'll talk forever
I'll never be alone
You didn't tell me that you had to leave
And now I want to know the reason why
You had to question everything I see
Every time I close me eyes

I've gotta work on someone
Let me work on you
You know I've gotta work on someone
Maybe your made to work me too

This thing across is a mile wide
Could we bridge the distance
I want to go outside
Don't hide yourself away
Muddy hands to the dirty mind
Play us in the peepshow
Oh let them be right this time
No matter what they say

Are you worried that you're being fooled
And tomorrow you'll be left behind
Why do you question everything I do
Every time I leave your side

I've gotta work on someone
Let me work on you
You know I've gotta work on someone
Maybe you're made to work me too


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Alison Moyet (born Geneviève Alison Jane Moyet on 18 June 1961 - Billericay, Essex, England), is an English pop singer-songwriter noted for her bluesy voice. Moyet was born to a French father and English mother. She grew up in Basildon, where she attended school. After leaving school at 16, she worked as a shop worker and a piano tuner. She was involved in a number of punk rock, pub rock and blues bands in the South East Essex area during the late 1970s and early 1980s, including The Vandals and the Screamin' Ab Dabs, The Vicars, The Vandals (UK 1978) and The Little Roosters.

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