Album: Who Built The Moon? (2017)
  • For the shore as the night is slipping through my hands
    I fall into the sea like the empire built on the sand
    I've been thinking 'bout the days when we had no money
    That photograph of you, well it still seems funny
    Gotta get back to the promised land

    So don't walk away love
    There's never enough that could make me crash on the broken glass
    Let the storm rage, I'd die on the waves
    But I will not rest while love lies dead in the water

    Dead in the water
    In the water
    Dead in the water

    I'm waiting for the calm as the storm is getting under my skin
    I'm trying to fix the hole in my head where the rain gets in
    It's dripping in my ear, and it don't sound funny
    I'm gonna take you out when I get some money
    We're trying to get it back to the promised land

    So don't walk away love
    There's never enough that could make me crash on the broken glass
    Let the storm rage, I'd die on the waves
    But I will not rest while love lies dead in the water

    Dead in the water
    In the water
    Dead in the water

    So don't walk away love
    There's never enough that could make me crash on the broken glass
    Let the storm rage, I'd die on the waves
    But I will not rest while love lies dead in the water

    There's never enough that could make me crash on the broken glass
    Let the storm rage, I'd die on the waves
    But I will not rest while love lies dead in the water
    Dead in the water
    In the water
    Dead in the waterWriter/s: NOEL GALLAGHER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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