Perth

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  • I’m tearing up, across your face
    Move dust through the light
    To find your name
    It's something faint
    This is not a place
    Not yet awake, I'm raised to make

    Still alive who you, love
    Still alive who you, love
    Still alive who you, love

    In a matter of an month
    From forests for the soft
    Gotta know been lead aloft
    So I'm ridding all your stories
    What I know, what it is, is boring, wire it up!
    You're breaking your groundWriter/s: JUSTIN VERNON
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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