Disconnected

Album: Strangeland (2012)
  • Somethings crept in under our door
    Silence soaking through the floor
    Pinching like a stone in my shoe
    Some chemical that's breaking down the glue
    That's been biding me to you

    Ooh, I feel like I just don't know you anymore
    But I've been burned and I've been wrong so many times
    We walk in circles, the blind leading the blind

    Well I thought that love watched over this house
    But you're boarding up the windows now
    We've been leaning on each other so hard
    Tied so tight we wound up miles apart
    Making simple things so hard

    Ooh, I feel like I just don't know you anymore
    But I've been burned and I've been down so many times
    We walk in circles, the blind leading the blind
    We've been disconnected somehow
    There's an invisible wall between us now
    But I've been wrong and I've been down so many times
    We walk in circles the blind leading the blind

    I see the landscape change before my eyes
    The features I've been navigating by
    No nothing looks the way it did before
    I don't know where to look, or what to look for

    I feel like I just don't know you anymore
    But I've been burned and I've been down so many times
    We walk in circles, the blind leading the blind
    We've been disconnected somehow
    There's an invisible wall between us now
    But I've been wrong and I've been down so many times
    We walk in circles, the blind leading the blind
    We've been disconnected somehow
    There's an invisible wall
    Between us now Writer/s: JESSE QUIN, RICHARD DAVID HUGHES, TIMOTHY JAMES RICE-OXLEY, TOM CHAPLIN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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