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Paul McCartney - Riding To Vanity Fair Lyrics

I bit my tongue
I never talked too much
I tried to be so strong

I did my best
I used the gentle touch
I've done it for so long

You put me down
But I can laugh it off
And act like nothing's wrong

But why pretend?
I think I've heard enough
Of your familiar song

I'll tell you what I'm gonna do
I'll try to take my mind off you
And now that you don't need my help
I'll use the time to think about myself

You're not aware
Of what you put me through
And now the feeling's gone

But I don't mind
Do what you have to do
You don't fool anyone

I'll tell you what I'm gonna do
I'll take a different point of view
And now that you don't need my help
I'll use the time to think about myself

The definition of friendship
Apparently you're to be
Showing support for the one that you love
And I was open to friendship
But you didn't seem to have any to spare
While you were riding to Vanity Fair

There was a time
When every day was young
The sun would always shine

I was alone
When all the songs were sung
Relieving every line

That's the trouble with friendship
Someone to feel and it has to be real
Or it wouldn't be right
I keep hoping for friendship
But I wouldn't dare to presume it was there
While you were riding to Vanity Fair

While you were riding to Vanity Fair
While you were riding to Vanity Fair
While you were riding to Vanity Fair
Published By: Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Written By: Paul James McCartney