Album: High as Hope (2018)
  • Oh Patricia, you've always been my North Star
    And I have to tell you something I'm still afraid of the dark
    You take my hand in your hand from you flowers grow
    And you understand with every seed you sow you make this cold world beautiful

    She told me all doors are open to the believer
    I believe her, I believe her, I believe her
    She told me all doors are open to the believer
    I believe her, I believe her, I believe her

    Oh Patricia, you've always been my North Star, oh
    Oh Patricia, you've always been my North Star, oh

    You're a real man, and you do what you can
    You only take as much as you can grab with two hands
    With your big heart, you praise God above
    But how's it working out for you, honey?
    Do you feel loved?

    She told me all doors are open to the believer
    I believe her, I believe her, I believe her
    (Do you feel loved?) she told me all doors are open to the believer
    I believe her, I believe her, I believe her

    Oh Patricia, you've always been my North Star, oh
    Oh Patricia, you've always been my North Star, oh

    I drink too much coffee and I think of you often
    In a city where reality has long been forgotten
    Are you afraid? 'Cause I'm terrified
    But you remind me that it's such a wonderful thing to love

    It's such a wonderful thing to love
    It's such a wonderful thing to love
    It's such a wonderful thing to love
    It's such a wonderful thing

    It's such a wonderful thing to love
    It's such a wonderful thing to love
    It's such a wonderful thing to love
    It's such a wonderful thing Writer/s: Florence Welch, Emilie Haynie, Thomas Bartlett
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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