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Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar

from Yes Boss by Graham Smith & KGW



A bookend upon the other side of which is another book which will probably fall off the shelf. Roughly translated: "Don't take it to heart, friend."


You say a lot of mean things
And I say a lot of things I don't mean
And we both say things that don't mean anything
Or we have been lately

Like "We're hiding between each other, hoping to never be discovered"
Well, I may never be your lover
Your husband, maybe

But bullshit is an art
The truth is an allegory
So don't take it to heart
If you get a stab at glory
And if you tear a gory hole,
It comes with the territory, so
Quit acting so smart

There'll be time to remind
All your self-conscious friends
Of your accomplishments
And play your pompous solos
For the rest of your life

Now and then you'll remember them
As stains on a sun-bleached canvas
And you'll strain to understand it
What was the draw?
And what was it like to gloss over it all
To make an attempt to cross over and fall so hard
That you saw more stars than you saw

From the hood of your car
But you're good where you are
Don't take it so hard
Dil pe mat le yaar


from Yes Boss, released June 9, 2008
(c) Graham Smith, Thayer McClanahan, Ryan Smith, Mike Fadem


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