Album: The Rapture (1995)
Charted: 34
  • The cracks in the ground grin up at me
    Even the creases in my shoes smile up at me
    Thought it would end in tragedy
    But I'm swimming around in your glory
    O Baby O maybe
    I'm the lost and found
    Look at the stars they're raining down
    Even these jewels want to kiss your crown
    Don't be afraid it's just your face
    Has that effect on heavens' treasure case
    O Baby O maybe
    You're a paragon
    I haven't felt this way before
    Impossible to ask for more
    Unanswered prayers that went before
    Lie like leaves upon the floor
    Hang all the world and universe
    When I'm with you they always seem perverse
    I'm in a state of weightlessness
    When I inhale your angel breath
    O Baby O maybe
    I'm the lost and found Writer/s: SIOUXSIE SIOUX, BUDGIE, JONATHAN DAVID KLEIN, MARTIN JOHN MCCARRICK, STEVEN SEVERIN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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