Eliza Doolittle — Back To Front lyrics

If I woke up in the morning
And the world was back to front
There was sunshine in the evening
And the moon came out for lunch

I wouldn't mind walking backwards with you
At least we'd always know where we'd be going to
We could talk 'til we forget how to talk

And we could learn to laugh again like when we were children
We could learn to dance again like nobody is watching

If everyone was getting young
There'd be a smile on your face
If all the friends that passed away
Came back to this place

We'd be pulling down the daisies,
Drinking milk and feeling lazy
There's no sense in any sentence
What's the use in independence?

We could play, reverse the tears that came
We could walk 'til we forgot how to walk
And crawl 'til we forget anything at all

And we could learn to laugh again like when we were children
We could learn to dance again like nobody is watching
We could learn to look right into each other's eyes
'Cause we got nothing to hide
We got nothing but to laugh again like when we were children
Like when we were children

Back to front
Front to back
Will you come backwards with me?
Backwards with me

Front to back
Back to front
Will you come backwards with me?
Backwards with me

We could learn to laugh again like when we were children
We could learn to dance again like nobody is watching
We could learn to laugh again like when we were children
We could learn to smile again like nobody is watching

Backwards with me
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Songwriters: CAIRD, ELIZA SOPHIE / DODDS, CRAIGIE / JOHNSTONE, WILLIAM ARTHUR MONTAGUE
Back To Front lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group