Dave Sills

Wrong About You

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Dave Sills

Story

Dave Sills: vocals, acoustic guitar, Mellotron, electric piano

Chris Walke: electric guitar

Gerald Dowd: drums, tambourine

Tom Jancauskas: bass

Lyrics

My best friend told me I should stay away He said “Don’t board a ship that’s already sinking.” Suggested that I find me someone else Yeah he tried to change my way of thinking He told me there was something wrong about you He told me there was something wrong about you I wouldn’t listen though and so we began And I felt I’d made the right decision I saw the part of you you hid from the world The part that my friend had said was missing I told him he was oh so wrong about you I told him he was oh so wrong about you But he planted a doubt and soon it did sprout There was something in your voice on the phone Even as you said you were lonely without me I couldn’t shake the feeling that you weren’t alone As I pulled in the driveway I was starting to think I was being paranoid and insane When from the bedroom I heard your voice Calling out my best friend’s name How could I have been oh so wrong about you How could I have been oh so wrong about you How could I have been oh so wrong about you… two (too?) written by Dave Sills published by Dave Sills (ASCAP) (c) (p) 2005, all rights reserved From the album Waiting Room (WSR 003)

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