Barenaked Ladies — Enid lyrics

Chorus:
Enid we never really knew each
Other anyway
Enid we never really knew each
Other anyway

It took me a year
To believe it was over
And it took me two more
To get over the loss.
I took a beating when you wrote
Me those letters
And every time I remembered the
Taste of your lipgloss.

Chorus

Maybe we always saw right
Through each other anyway.
But Enid we never really knew
Each other anyway.

There were times when I wanted
To hurt you,
And there were times when I know that I did.
There were times when I thought I
Would kill you,
But you can blame me I was only a
Kid.

Tell me why we never respected
Each other
And tell me why I never believed
That you were a person too
I always thought that you fancied
My brother.

I may not have liked it, oh but
Memory is a strange thing, oh,
And Enid?
Enid I remember you.

Chorus

Maybe we always saw right
Through each other anyway,
But Enid we never really knew
Each other anyway.

It took me a year
To believe it was over,
And it took me two more
To get over the loss.
I took a beating when you wrote
Me those letters,
And every time you told me
To get lost.

Now it's not fair to say that's its
'cause I was three inches shorter
Then,
'and it's not fair to say that its
'cause I was only fifteen years old.
But maybe it's fait to say there was
A lack of communication, oh,
And Enid,
Enid you caught a cold.

I can get a job I can pay the phone
Bills
I can cut the lawn cut my hair cut
Out my cholesterol
I can work overtime I can work in a
Mine
I can do it all for you,
But I don't want to.

Enid we never really knew each
Other anyway.
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Songwriters: PAGE, STEVEN / ROBERTSON, ED
Enid lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.