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This is a song of Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman called Something Stupid. Listen to the song and enjoy the video! Then listen to it again and try to fill the gaps.
 
 
 
 
 
 
SOMETHING STUPID
I know I stand in line 
Until you think you have the time 
To spend an
 with me 
And if we go someplace to  
I know that there's a chance 
You won't be leaving with
 

Then afterwards we drop into a quiet little place 
And have a
 or two 
And then I go and spoil it all 
By saying something stupid 
Like
 
I can see it in your  
That you despise the same old lines 
You heard the night
 
And though it's just a line to you 
For me it's true 
And never seemed so right before 

I practice every day to find some  
lines to say 
To make the meaning come through 
But then I think I'll wait until the evening 
gets late 
And I'm alone with  

The time is right 
Your
fills my head 
The stars get red 
And oh the night's so
 
And then I go and spoil it all 
By saying something stupid 
Like
I love you... 
 
 
Now have a look at the lyrics and find...
 
  • a part of the body (singular)  
  • a part of the body (plural)    
  • two colours         
  • an adjective similar to silly    
  • a part of the day    
  • the opposite of early    
  • the opposite of always    
 
 
What does it mean ....?
 
  • to stand in line     
  • to spoil it all    
  • to despise    
  • to come through    
 
 

 

       


 

 

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