Long Time

Album: Saturn's Pattern (2015)
  • (For such a long time)
    I couldn't find myself
    (For such a long time)
    Thought I was somebody else
    (For such a long time)
    I couldn't find no peace

    For such a long time, long time

    (For such a long time)
    I couldn't place the mood
    (For such a long time)
    My feet did not fit my shoes
    (For such a long time)
    I had dem urban blues

    For such a long time, long time
    For such a long time, long time
    For such a long time, long time

    (For such a long time)
    I felt so lost and confused
    (For such a long time)
    I only wanted to lose
    (For such a long time)
    There was no way I'd refuse

    For such a long time, long time
    For such a long time, long time
    For such a long time, long time
    For such a long time, long time, long time, long time Writer/s: PAUL JOHN WELLER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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