In Limbo

Album: Kid A (2000)
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  • Lundy, Fastnet, Irish Sea
    I got a message I can't read
    Another message I can't read

    Being the first in the Irish Sea
    I got a message I can't read
    Another message I can't read

    I'm on your side
    Nowhere to hide
    Trapdoors that open
    I spiral down

    You're living in a fantasy world
    You're living in a fantasy world

    I'm lost at sea
    Don't bother me
    I've lost my way
    I've lost my way

    You're living in a fantasy world
    You're living in a fantasy world
    You're living in a fantasy world
    This beautiful world

    I got a message I can't read, I got a message I can't read?
    I got a message I can't read, I got a message I can't read
    Another message I can't read
    I got a message I can't read, I got a message I can't read
    I got a message I can't read, I got a message I can't read Writer/s: Colin Charles Greenwood, Edward John O'Brien, Jonathan Richard Guy Greenwood, Philip James Selway, Thomas Edward Yorke
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Nikida from Alexandria, VaThe title is perfect. The lyrics are perfect. The song is perfect.
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