There's A Key

Album: A Wasteland Companion (2012)
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  • So I'm losing my marbles
    One marble at a time, it's true.
    When I'm stuck between what we have done,
    And what we're gonna do.

    There's a key on my piano that I play for you.

    And now I'm conquering an ocean
    One wave at a time, it's true.
    'Cause I can not beat the devil,
    I'm taking on the deep, deep blue.

    Armed with this key on my piano that I play for you

    Can you hear it?
    Can you see the continental divide?
    Oceans wide till you jump inside this tidal wave with me

    So i'm losing my marbles
    One marble at a time, it's true
    When I'm stuck between what we have done
    And what we're gonna do (what we're gonna do)

    There's a key on my piano that I play for you. Writer/s: Matthew Stephen Ward
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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