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Album: The King of Limbs (2011)
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  • It's like I'm fallen out of bed
    From a long, weary dream
    The sweetest flowers and fruits are hanging from trees
    Falling off the giant bird that's been carrying me
    It's like I've fallen out of bed
    From a long and vivid dream
    Just exactly as I remember
    Every word
    Every gesture

    And my heart, in my mouth
    Like I'm fallen out of bed
    From a long and vivid dream
    Finally I'm free of all the weight I've been carrying

    And as that woman blows her cover
    In the eye of the beholder
    I'm a fish now out of water
    Falling off a giant bird that's been carrying me

    I fell open
    I laid under
    At the tip out
    I was just your number
    I want stay on it
    And get back under

    And if you think this is over
    Then you're wrong
    If you think this is over
    Then you're wrong
    If you think this is over
    Then you're wrong

    (Wake me up, wake me up)
    If you think this is over
    Then you're wrong
    (Wake me up, wake me up)
    Like I'm fallen out of bed
    From a long and vivid dream
    Finally I'm free of all the weight I've been carrying

    When at last you'll give in
    When at last you'll give in

    Wake me up
    Wake me up
    Wake me up
    Wake me up
    Wake me up
    Wake me up
    Wake me up
    Wake me up 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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