Broken

Album: Plastic Beach (2010)
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  • Distant stars
    Come in black or red
    I've seen their worlds
    Inside my head

    They connect
    With the fall of man
    They breathe you in
    And dive as deep as they can

    There's nothing you can do for them
    They are the force between
    When the sunlight is arising

    There's nothing you can say to him
    He is an outer heart
    And the space has been broken

    It's broken
    Our love
    Broken
    It's broken
    Our love

    Is it far away in the
    Glitter freeze
    Or in our eyes
    Every time they meet

    It's by the light
    Of the plasma screens
    We keep switched on
    All through the night while we sleep

    There's nothing you can do for them
    They are the force between
    When the sunlight is arising

    There's nothing you can say to her
    I am without a heart
    And the space has been broken

    It's broken
    Our love
    Broken

    It's broken
    Our love
    Broken

    It's broken
    Our love
    Broken

    It's broken
    Our love
    Broken Writer/s: DAMON ALBARN, JAMIE HEWLETT
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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