SqueezeHeaven Knows

(Difford/Tilbrook) ALBUM VERSION You’re no Dame, I’m no Duke Somehow love is a fluke We’ve survived thick and thin Taking knocks on the chin In the eyes of the sad We may be barking mad But the truth has been ceased We are like chalk and cheese You wind me up and I drive you mad It’s a fact of life, it goes hand in hand And I know that look, it’s read like a book And I realize I don’t care what the world has to say You should know that I love you I love you I love you today When the boat starts to rock Then my ears start to block All the words that you say Through the night, through the day Where there’s muck there is brass And the storm soon will pass Then it’s back to the norm All the cold turns to warm Sometimes I think life crawls like a snail And all of our dreams become the wind in your sails Without wealth it’s true, who cares what you do And I realize I can feel the eyes behind us as we walk I can see the ears that listen when we talk SINGLE VERSION WARNING: These lyrics are unconfirmed and may be inaccurate. They represent the best attempt at deciphering the song we have yet to see. You're no work of art But then nor am I Together in the frame We're here you and I In this happy home Life is set in stone That can melt like ice I don't care what the world has to say You should know that I love you I love you today We can't agree The boat starts to rock I complain when it rains And you when it's hot What was black is white What was day is night And what is is not I can feel the eyes behind us as we walk I can see the ears that listen when we talk
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