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The Sundays - You're Not the Only One I Know

[Verse 1]
Where's the harm in voicing a doubt
You'll find me in the lavatory
And where's the harm in talking out loud
When I'm on my own
What's so wrong with reading my stars
When I'll be in the lavatory
And what is so wrong with counting the cars
When I'm all alone

[Chorus]
You're not the only one that I know
But I'm too proud to talk to you anyway
You're not the only one that I know
But I'm far too proud to talk to you any day

[Verse 2]
So I say I'm in love with the world
And what is so wrong with voicing a doubt
When I'm on my own
It's perfectly fine to sleep in a chair
From Monday 'til Saturday
And what is so wrong with talking out loud
When I'm all alone

[Chorus]
You're not the only one that I know
But I'm too proud to talk to you anyway
You're, you're not the only one that I know
But I'm far too proud to talk to you any day

"You're Not the Only One I Know" is the 6th track from The Sundays 1990 debut album Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic. It is the only track from Reading, Writing and Arithmetic that was never played live. A demo version of the track is featured on disk one of the "Cry" single.

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