Mirrorball

Album: The Seldom Seen Kid (2008)
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  • I plant the kind of kiss
    That wouldn't wake a baby
    On the self-same face
    The wouldn't let me sleep

    And the street is singing with my feet
    And dawn gives me a shadow I know to be taller
    All down to you dear
    Everything has changed

    My sorry name has made it to graffiti
    I was looking for someone to complete me
    Not anymore dear
    Everything has changed

    You make the moon our mirror ball
    The street's an empty stage
    The city's sirens, violins
    Everything has changed

    So lift off love
    So lift off love

    And we took the town to town last night
    We kissed like we invented it
    And now I know what every step is for
    To lead me to your door
    Know that while you sleep
    Everything has changed

    You make the moon our mirror ball
    The street's an empty stage
    The city's sirens, violins
    Everything has changed
    Everything has changed
    Everything has changed

    So lift off love
    Lift off love
    (All down to you dear)
    Lift off love
    (All down to you dear)

    Lift off love
    (All down to you dear)
    Lift off love
    (All down to you dear)

    Lift off love
    (All down to you dear)
    Lift off love
    (All down to you dear) Writer/s: CRAIG LEE POTTER, GUY EDWARD JOHN GARVEY, MARK ELLIS POTTER, MARK POTTER, PETER JAMES TURNER, RICHARD BARRY JUPP
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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