Total Life Forever

Album: Total Life Forever (2010)
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  • I know a place where I can go when I'm low down
    To your house, down to your house I will go when I'm low
    I know a face who I can show my true colors
    To your arms, into your arms I will go when I'm low

    'Cause total life forever
    Will never be enough, y'know?
    'Cause total life forever
    Will never be enough, y'know?

    I've seen it all, the skyline and the lone call
    To your house, down to your house I will go when I'm low
    They took it all with a view to the great fall
    To your arms, into your arms I will go when I'm low

    'Cause total life forever
    Will never be enough, y'know?
    'Cause total life forever
    Will never be enough, y'know?

    Singularity is here to stay
    So Rhode Island, Rhode Island, Rhode Island
    Rhode Island, Rhode Island, Island go
    Let's take it slow
    Singularity is here to stay for you and me
    Rhode Island, Rhode Island, Rhode Island
    Rhode Island, Rhode Island, Island go
    Let's take life slow
    Rhode Island, Rhode Island, Rhode Island
    Rhode Island, Rhode Island, Island go
    Let's take life slow
    Rhode Island, Rhode Island, Rhode Island
    Rhode Island, Rhode Island, Island go
    Let's take life slow

    I know a place where I can go when I'm low down
    To your house, down to your house I will go when I'm low
    I know a face who I can show my true colors
    To your arms, into your arms I will go when I'm low

    'Cause total life forever
    Will never be enough, y'know?
    'Cause total life forever
    Will never be enough, y'know? Writer/s: Edwin Thomas Congreave, Jack William Bevan, James Andrew Smith, Walter James Morrison Gervers, Yannis Barnabas Emanuel Philippakis
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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