So Real

Album: Grace (1994)
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  • Love, let me sleep tonight on your couch
    And remember the smell of the fabric
    Of your simple city dress

    Oh, that was so real
    Oh, that was so real
    Oh, that was so real

    We walked around 'til the moon got full like a plate.
    And the wind blew an invocation and I fell asleep at the gate
    And I never stepped on the cracks 'cause I thought I'd hurt my mother
    And I couldn't awake from the nightmare, that sucked me in and pulled me under
    Pulled me under

    Oh, that was so real
    Oh, that was so real
    Oh, that was so real

    I love you
    But I'm afraid to love you

    I love you
    But I'm afraid to love you
    I'm afraid

    Oh, that was so real
    Oh, that was so real
    Oh, that was so real

    Oh, that was so real
    Oh, that was so real
    Oh, that was so real
    Real, real, real

    Oh, that was so real
    Oh, that was so real

    Oh, that was so real Writer/s: JEFF BUCKLEY, MICHAEL TIGHE
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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