Singing In My Sleep

Album: Feeling Strangely Fine (1998)
Charted: 39
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  • Got your tape and it changed my mind
    Heard your voice in between the lines
    Come around from another time
    Where nobody ever goes

    All alone on the overpass
    Wired and phoned to a heart of glass
    Now I'm falling in love too fast
    With you or the songs you chose

    And all the stars
    Play for me
    Say the promise you long to keep

    I can hear you sing it to me in my sleep [Repeat: x1]

    I've been living in your cassette
    It's the modern equivalent
    Singing up to a Capulet
    On a balcony in your mind

    In the City the lion sleeps
    Pray to Sony my soul to keep
    Were you ever so bright and sweet
    Did you ever look so nice

    And all the sounds
    Dream for me

    I can hear you sing it to me in my sleep [Repeat: x1] Writer/s: DAN WILSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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