World Where You Live

Album: Crowded House (1986)
Charted: 65
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  • Here's someone now whose got the muscle.
    His steady hand could move a mountain.
    Expert in bed,
    But come on now,
    There must be something missing.
    That golden one leads a double life
    You'll find out.
    Tell me,

    I don't know where you go
    Do you climb into space
    To the world where you live,
    To the world where you live.

    So here we lie against each other
    These four walls can never hold us
    We're looking for wide open spaces
    High above the kitchen
    And we're strangers here
    On our way to some other place

    But I don't know where you go
    Do you climb into space
    To the world where you live,
    To the world where you live.
    Oh, to the world where you live

    Friends come round
    You might remember and be sad
    Behind their eyes is unfamiliar

    Do you climb into space
    To the world where you live,
    To the world where you live.
    Oh, to the world where you live
    To the world where you live.
    To the world where you live.
    To the world where you live.
    To the world where you live. Writer/s: NEIL MULLANE FINN
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Martha from Knoxville, TnI helped someone with a school English assignment using this song as an illustration of a character from Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Douglas Adams) . Guess which character. I don't generally believe Mr. Finn,
    although I love his work.
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