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"I Can't Tell What Truth is Anymore" is a song by Andy Partridge. It appeared on Andy's Fuzzy Warbles Volume 6 in 2004.

QuotesEdit

Andy: “Written for Nonsuch and I can see it fitting in well along with the gang, must have thought we had too much material as I never even brought this up at rehearsals. Good solid construction, well balanced, does what it says on the tin. Cousin of ‘Dear Madam Barnum’ and ‘The Disappointed’. I just love songs with two middle eights in them.”

LyricsEdit

Is the world still round and flat,

like our grimey bathroom mat?

I can't tell what truth is anymore

Of course the moon's a shining sphere,

but one foot up and three foot near

I can't tell what truth is anymore


And if you've gone for good or you've gone for bad,

you just blew away any real I ever had


Perhaps the sea is made of glass,

with waves on wheels that roll right past

Oh I can't tell what truth is anymore

For I can't tell what truth is anymore


And if you've gone for good or you've gone for bad,

you just blew away any real I ever had


Am I stood here six foot tall

or curled up in a foetal ball?

Oh I can't tell what truth is anymore

For I can't tell what truth is anymore

No I can't tell what truth is anymore

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