Invisible

Album: 22 Dreams (2008)
  • I'm invisible
    Float across the floor
    You can't even see me

    Drift through walls and tables
    And you still don't believe me
    I'm not one to give up
    But I feel I'm at a loss

    To you I'm invisible
    Pass through doors and windows
    You won't even know it

    There was a time
    I thought every hair on my body was alive
    And so it was

    Now you can't even see the granted time
    I'm not one to give up but I feel I'm at a loss

    The world doesn't roll in a dark hall
    I just feel the color drain from me
    Hey, I'm tellin? you I'm become invisible

    Invisible
    I skim across the floor
    You can't even see me

    I make a joke and toss a line
    Till no one there can see me alive
    I don't want to give up
    But I feel I'm at a loss
    I'm invisible

    Packing up, baby
    Packing up, baby
    Packing up, baby
    Packing up, baby

    Packing up, baby
    Packing up, baby
    Shaking up, baby
    Packing up, baby
    Writer/s: PAUL JOHN WELLER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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