Where Did It All Go Wrong?

Album: Standing on the Shoulder Of Giants (2000)
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  • You know that feeling you get
    You feel you´re older than time
    You ain´t exactly sure
    If you´ve been away a while

    Do you keep the receipts
    For the friends that you buy
    And ain´t it bittersweet
    You were only just getting by

    But I hope you know
    That it won´t let go
    It sticks around with you until the day you die
    And i hope you know that it´s touch and go
    I hope the tears don´t stain the world that waits outside
    Where did it all go wrong?

    And until you´ve heard
    The dreams you bought for your lies
    You´ll be castaway
    Alone under the stormy skies

    But I hope you know
    That it won´t let go
    It sticks around with you until the day you die
    And i hope you know that it´s touch and go
    I hope the tears don´t stain the world that waits outside
    Where did it all go wrong? Writer/s: Noel Gallagher
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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