Nathan Gunn

Jam Tart

Nathan Gunn

LETRA

Jam Tart Letra

I'm a jam tart, I'm a bargain basement,
I'm a work of art, I'm a magic casement,
A coal cellar, an umbrella, a sewing machine,
A radio, a hymn book, and an old French bean,
The Royal Scott, a fairy grot, a storm at sea, a tram –
I don't know what I am,
You've cast a spell on me.

I'm a dog's nose, I'm Sir Humphrey Davy,
I'm a Christmas rose, I'm the British Navy,
A motor, a bloater, a charcoal grill,
An octopus, a towpath, Hindenburg's will,
A village fair, a maiden's prayer, the BBC, a tram –
I don't know what I am,
You've cast a spell on me.

I'm a salmon, I'm a starting pistol,
I'm backgammon, the Port of Bristol.
A Times' leader, a child's feeder, an aspirin,
The Ritz Hotel, a boy scout, the wages of sin,
A shaving brush, a schoolgirl's crush, the letter B, a ham –
I don't know what I am,
You've cast a spell on me.

I'm an off–break, I'm a clump of beeches,
I'm a tummy ache, I'm Mussolini's speeches,
I'm Balmoral, I'm a sorrel mare, I'm a tug.
A cigarette, an organ, a big bed–bug
A traffic sign, a rubber mine, a coffee tree, O damn –
I don't know who I am,
You've cast a spell
You've cast a spell
You've cast a spell on me.