Don't Be Light
by Air

Album: 10,000 Hz Legend (2001)
  • Don't be light

    Don't be light
    Don't be light
    Maybe like me
    Don't be light
    Don't be light
    Don't be light
    Maybe like me
    Don't be light

    Don't, don't, don't

    Don't
    Don't be light
    Don't
    Maybe like me
    Don't be light
    Don't be light
    Don't be light
    Maybe like me
    Don't be light

    Don't be light
    Don't be light

    Aaah, wild life
    The gray surprises of our days, singing in caves
    Fabricating a new abandon
    We don't see the master's hand
    We bang on gold tambourines
    In the cross hairs of some transient gun
    Trading desires on the banquet line

    La la la la la la
    La la la la la la
    La la la la la la
    La la la la la la

    Don't
    Don't be light
    Don't
    Maybe like me
    Don't be light
    Don't be light
    Don't be light
    Maybe like me
    Don't be light Writer/s: JEAN BENOIT DUNCKEL, NICOLAS GODIN
    Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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