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Watching You Without Me - Kate Bush

Watching You Without Me

This Woman's Work: Anthology 1978-1990
female vocalists alternative singer-songwriter pop Kate Bush



Kate Bush (born Catherine Bush on 30 July 1958 in Welling, Kent, England, now part of Greater London) is an English singer and songwriter known for her expressive four-octave soprano voice, idiosyncratic and literary lyrics, and eclectic and meticulous musical and production style. She debuted in 1978 with the surprise hit "Wuthering Heights", which was number one in the British music charts for four weeks and the first UK number one by female artist with a self-penned song. Show more ...

Watching You Without Me - Kate Bush

("What's that?")
("It's four, five, six, seven...")

You can't hear me.
You can't hear me.
You can't hear what I'm saying.
You can't hear what I'm saying to you.

You watch the clock
Move the slow hand.
I should have been home
Hours ago,
But I'm not here.
But I'm not here.

You can't hear me.
You can't hear me.
You can't feel me
Here in the room with you now.
You can't hear what I'm saying.
You don't hear what I'm saying, do you?

Can't let you know
What's been happening.
There's a ghost in our home,
Just watching you without me.
I'm not here.

("You don't hear me.") [backwards]
But I'm not here.
(You can't hear me.)
But I'm not here.
(You don't hear what I'm saying.)

"Don't ignore, don't ignore me,
Let me in, don't ignore me, no. "
"Don't ignore, don't ignore me,
Let me in, don't ignore me, no. "
"Don't ignore, don't ignore me,
Let me in, don't ignore me, no. "

"We see you here." [backwards]
"We see you here."
"We see you here."
"We see you here."
"We see you here."
"We see you here."
"We see you here."
"We see you here."

You don't hear me come in.
"Help me, baby! Help me, baby! Talk to me! Listen to me,
Listen to me! Talk to me! Help--"
("You can't hear me.") [backwards]
"Listen, baby! Listen to me, baby! Help me, help me, baby!
Talk to me! Talk to me! Please, baby, talk to me! "
("You can't hear me.") [backwards]

You won't hear me leaving.



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