Whatever it is it’s the same old thing
It’s got me playing this game called roses and rings
Whatever it is the force is the same
Driving my heels and pumping blood through my veins

Can't you see,
You drive me to distraction in the nicest fashion
Can't you see
You drive me to distraction with your flowering passion oh

Well I know I'm wrong and I know we fight
Maybe one day it'll be alright
I know I'm wrong but you're so cool
You got me
Pulling strings and I play the fool

Try as I might
I know it aint natural but it feels alright
Whatever it is it’s the same old thing
Got me playing a game called roses and rings
Whatever it is the force is the same
It's driving my heels and pumping blood through my veins

Can't you see
You drive me to distraction in the nicest fashion
Can't you see
You drive me to distraction with your flowering passion oh yeah

We'll make up our minds and do what's right
It always gets cold on a lonely night
We've come so close
We seem so apart
Kept on running right from the start

Try as I might
Well I know it aint natural but it feels alright
Whatever it is it’s the same old thing
Got me playing a game called roses and rings
Whatever it is the force is the same
Driving my heels and pumping blood through my veins

Can't you see,
You drive me to distraction in the nicest fashion
Can't you see
You drive me to distraction with your flowering passion oh yeah

Now I know I understand
That a woman like you don't need no man
It hurts me so now you're not here
Hey blow me a kiss I'm gonna save a tear yeah

Try as I might
Well I know it ain’t natural but it feels alright
What ever it is it's the same old thing
It’s got me playing this game called roses and rings
Whatever it is the force is the same
It's driving my heels and pumping blood through my veins

Can't you see,
You drive me to distraction in the nicest fashion
Can't you see
You drive me to distraction with your flowering passion oh yeah

Oh yeah, oh yeah
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Roses & Rings Lyrics

The Quireboys – Roses & Rings Lyrics