Shame – Robbie Williams And Gary Barlow  Lyrics

Submitted on September 3, 2010

Album: In And Out of Consciousness
Genre: Pop
Lyrics by: Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow
Released: October, 2010

Shame has been selected as the lead single of the compilation album by Robbie Williams. The one will be released next October 4th, and it is featuring Gary Barlow. The pop song has debuted at #16 on UK Airplay Chart. In And Out of Consciousness will be available next October 8th, and it includes all Robbie’s hits from 1990 t0 2010. The one is a two pack disc with titles like: Bodies, You Know Me, Morning Sun, Feel, She’s Madonna featuring Pet Shop Boys, Somethin’ Stupid with Nicole Kidman, Rock DJ, Strong, No Regrets, Freedom, Sexed Up, Something Beautiful and Everything Changes with Take That. Williams will release his book “You Know Me” where he reveales some of his personal snaps, photos and all about his successful career during 20 years.





Well there’s three versions of this story mine
Yours and then the truth
And we can put it down to circumstance
Our childhood, then our youth
Out of some sentimental gain
I wanted you to feel my pain
But it came back return to sender
I read your mind and tried to call
My tears could fill the Albert Hall
Is this the sound of sweet surrender?

What a shame we never listened
I told you through the television
And all that went away was the price we paid
People spend a lifetime this way
Oh, what a shame

So I got busy throwing everybody underneath the bus
And with your poster 30 foot at the back of Toys-R-Us
I wrote a letter in my mind
But the words were so unkind
About a man I can’t remember
I don’t recall the reasons why
I must have meant them at the time
Is this the sound of sweet surrender?

What a shame we never listened
I told you through the television
And all that went away was the price we paid
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People spend a lifetime this way
And that’s how they stay
Oh, what a shame

Words come easy, when they’re true
Words come easy, when they’re true
So I got busy throwing everybody underneath the bus
And with your poster 30 foot at the back of Toys-R-Us
Now we can put it down to circumstance
Our childhood then our youth

What a shame we never listened
I told you through the television
And all that went away was the price we paid
People spend a lifetime this way
And that’s how they stay
Oh what a shame.
People spend a lifetime this way
Oh what a shame
Such a shame, what a shame

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