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Album: On Sunset (2020)
  • Madly rushing through the streets
    There's no more hours left to give
    When nothing calms nothing
    Full of empty thoughts of more

    Faut-il aller jusqu'au bout?
    Même si je contrôle tout?

    All I do is use my time
    Dreaming of a place
    Where I'd find such happiness
    But little came from having more

    The more we get, the more we lose
    When all is more, it's more we choose
    There's always something else in store
    That keeps me running down that road, keeps me running
    To an unknown place I think is more

    How much higher can I be?
    Sailing moonbeams, scaling trees
    Pushing upwards to the sky
    Picking up what I think's mine

    When nothing calms nothing
    Dreaming of a place
    Where I'd find such happiness
    But little came from having more

    The more we get, the more we lose
    When all is more, it's more we choose
    There's always something else in store
    That keeps me running down that road, keeps me running
    To an unknown place I think is more Writer/s: Paul John Weller
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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