Disconnected

Album: Let the Dominoes Fall (2009)
  • Where's my girl
    Where has she gone
    She once was
    Beautiful and innocent
    I can't believe
    In what she says
    I look at her
    And she looked the other way

    Disconnected, from feeling alright
    Disconnected, and it
    Ain't black and white
    Disconnected, there's a
    Sword through the dove
    Disconnected, from the country I love

    I remember you
    When you we young and strong
    In your summer dress
    And legs so long
    My memories are only for me
    I prefer them to reality

    Disconnected, from feeling alright
    Disconnected, and it
    Ain't black and white
    Disconnected, there's a
    Sword through the dove
    Disconnected, from the country I love

    You think it's over
    But you better think again
    Neither grace nor sweetness
    Just malicious intent
    It's you and me baby
    So we better watch our back
    Cause if we are standing together
    We ain't never gonna crack
    And we took the greyhound
    Into the night
    With the city on the left
    And the country on the right
    And I knew when I saw you
    I read it in your eyes
    I heard your voice break
    When you we're
    Trying not to die

    Disconnected, from feeling alright
    Disconnected, and it
    Ain't black and white
    Disconnected, there's a
    Sword through the dove
    Disconnected, from the country I love

    Disconnected, disconnected, disconnected
    Disconnected, from the country I love Writer/s: TIMOTHY ARMSTRONG, LARS FREDERIKSEN, ROGER M. FREEMAN
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
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