Revolving Doors

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  • Revolving doors what have I done
    Someone on the TV attempting love
    Revolving doors what will I become
    A redneck song

    Paid up for a seven
    But he only got an eight now, now
    I feel that I'm paused by all the pills
    I see no wrong, yeah

    On a foggy day
    Revolving doors in London to a foggy day in Boston
    Revolving doors in London to a foggy day in Boston
    I sit in a diner
    And the Beatles play

    I'm paid up for a seven
    But I only got S-O-eight oh now

    I feel that I'm paused by all the pills
    I seem to run out here

    Revolving doors
    It's stormy on the eastern sea board
    He got silver up his night

    He paid up for three
    But got only two

    Revolving doors in London to a foggy day in Boston
    Revolving doors in London to a foggy day in Boston

    Then he said
    Seems I was born for this
    Seems I was born to this
    Revolving doors
    Revolving doorsWriter/s: DAMON ALBARN, JAMIE CHRISTOPHER HEWLETT
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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  • Megan from Stevenson, AlVery good song! Love it so much!
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