Coming Up For Air

Album: Weatherhouse (2014)
  • It started out today
    I feel alive and the air has changed
    I'm not alone, I'm not alone
    It's taken an age just to
    Find a way but I made it through
    I'm not alone, I'm not alone, I'm not alone

    These are the days, this is the place where I belong
    Lost in another world, I believe our time will come
    We shift and we change, I took a long time coming round
    But I'm standing here, still standing here
    I await for a breath, I'm coming up for air

    One look away
    The lost chance and the plans I've made
    They come and go, they come and go
    Took off on the silver years
    The fault lines and the cracks appear
    They come and go, they come and go

    These are the days, this is the place where I belong
    Lost in another world, I believe our time will come
    We shift and we change, I took a long time coming round
    But I'm standing here, still standing here
    I await for a breath, I'm coming up for airWriter/s: Philip James Selway
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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