Useful Chamber

Album: Bitte Orca (2009)
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  • She is an emerald
    In a shining, shining winter
    Rosette in a snow globe
    Ride it up, clean and gold
    I spread love

    She is anticipating on it
    Magic and old invention
    Leanin' out the window
    Callin' out, woah no
    She sees what no one sees

    Far away, with you
    While every need, and water blue
    We'll sail away, on this boat
    Till suddenly it's new

    Who made loss or whatever alone?
    I know I cannot wait that long
    I don't know what I should be lookin' at
    But I will look wherever I'm told

    Bitte orca, orca bitte
    Bitte orca, orca bitte
    Bitte orca, orca bitte
    Bitte orca, orca bitte

    Bitte orca, orca bitte
    Bitte orca, orca bitte

    I'm caught up in a storm
    That I don't need no shelter from
    All I want and all I need
    Right here with me
    You're right here with me

    Call to me, soft and sweet
    Cool the fire that burns in me
    Catch me when I lose control
    Look into my eyes
    Look into my eyes
    I'm caught up in a storm

    Bitte orca, orca bitte
    Bitte orca, orca bitte
    Bitte orca, orca bitte
    Bitte orca, orca bitte

    Bitte orca, orca bitte
    Bitte orca, orca bitte Writer/s: DAVID DONNELL LONGSTRETH
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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