Take Me to a Higher Plane

Album: My Best Friend Is You (2010)
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  • I feel worried that my brain is just a fool in your sick game
    So I will never open my heart
    I try to express how I feel
    But it changes every day and so I'm finding it hard

    Let's take life nice and easy
    We could go somewhere breezy
    But it gets so complicated
    Everyone I fucking hated is in this room!

    And I need to get away
    And I can't escape, (I can't escape)
    And I was thinking today
    That I should think about taking

    My life
    My life
    To a higher plane!
    To a higher plane!
    To a higher plane!
    To a higher plane!

    And I need to get away
    And I can't escape, I can't escape
    And I was thinking today
    That I should think about taking

    My life
    My life
    To a higher plane!
    To a higher plane!
    To a higher plane!
    To a higher plane!
    To a higher plane! Writer/s: KATE MARIE NASH
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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