You Wear It Well

Rod Stewart2010年1月27日

歌詞

You Wear It Well - Rod Stewart

 

I had nothing to do on this hot afternoon

 

But to settle down and write you a line

 

Ive been meaning to phone you but from minnesota

 

Hell its been a very long time

You wear it well

 

A little old fashioned but thats all right

 

Well I suppose youre thinking I bet hes sinking

Or he wouldnt get in touch with me

 

Oh I aint begging or losing my head

 

I sure do want you to know that you wear it well

 

There aint a lady in the land so fine

 

Remember them basement parties your brothers karate

 

The all day rock and roll shows

 

Them homesick blues and radical views

 

Havent left a mark on you you wear it well

 

A little out of time but I dont mind

 

But I aint forgetting that you were once mine

 

But I blew it without even tryin

 

Now Im eatin my heart out

Tryin to get a letter through

 

Since youve been gone its hard to carry on

 

Im gonna write about the birthday gown that I bought in town

When you sat down and cried on the stairs

 

You knew it did not cost the earth but for what its worth

 

You made me feel a millionaire and you wear it well

 

Madame onassis got nothing on you

 

Anyway my coffees cold and Im getting told

That I gotta get back to work

 

So when the sun goes low and youre home all alone

 

Think of me and try not to laugh and I wear it well

 

I dont object if you call collect

 

Cos I aint forgetting that you were once mine

 

But I blew it without even tryin

 

Now Im eatin my heart out tryin to get back to you

 

After all the years I hope its the same address

 

Since youve been gone its hard to carry on

 

***歌詞來自第三方***