Try To Sleep
by Low

  • You try to sleep
    'Cause there's never enough
    You try to sleep
    Then you never wake up
    Inside the dream
    You take a step
    You come to see
    To see your debt

    Try to sleep
    Don't look at the camera
    Try to sleep

    You stretch your wings
    You take a breath
    You hide your feet
    Embrace your head
    The tragedy
    No, there's never enough
    You try to sleep
    But then you never wake up

    Try to sleep
    Don't look at the camera
    Try to sleep
    Then you never wake up
    And you never wake up
    You never wake up
    You never wake up
    C'mon wake up Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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