Album: Chasing Yesterday (2015)
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  • They say that you need love
    Just like a kid on crack?
    I got a feeling that what you are
    Is kind of holding you back

    They say you can't find your feet
    Under the morning sun
    I got a feeling that what you are
    Might just be blowing away your mind

    Thought I was talking about a new religion
    Waiting on the outside lost in the fog
    I was only dreaming of a revolution
    Waiting for the right time, watching the clock

    They said that you need love
    Just like a kid on crack?
    I got a feeling that what you are
    Is kind of holding you back

    They say you can't feel the heat
    Behind the setting sun
    I got a feeling that what you are
    Might just be blowing away your mind

    Thought I was talking about a new religion
    Waiting on the outside, lost in the fog
    I was only dreaming 'bout a revolution
    Waiting for the right time, watching the clock

    Thought I was talking about a new religion
    Waiting on the outside, lost in the fog
    I was only dreaming of a revolution
    Waiting for the right time, watching the clock

    Thought I was talking about a new religion
    Waiting on the outside, lost in the fog
    I was only dreaming of a revolution
    Waiting for the right time, watching the clock Writer/s: Noel Gallagher
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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