Easy

Album: Short Movie (2015)
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  • You fell asleep listening to me linger on
    About how it used to be
    In the backseat
    When we were young
    When we were young
    When we were young

    My oldest friend,
    You know me then,
    You know me now
    How did I get lost
    Looking for God in Santa Cruz?
    Where you go to lose your mind
    Well I went too far this time
    When we were young
    When we were young we belonged to someone
    And that was easy

    I've got us lost so I've turned us off
    In Joshua Tree
    You're my oldest friend
    So I know you then and you know me
    It was a bit too high for me
    I spent a month thinking I was a high desert tree
    When we were young
    When we were young we belonged to someone and that was easy

    Well you can't be lost if you're not on your own
    Well you can't be found if you're not all alone
    Well you can't get lost if you're not on your own
    Well you can't be found if you're not all alone
    When we were young
    When we were young we belonged to someone and that was easy Writer/s: LAURA BEATRICE MARLING
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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