Whirring

Album: A Balloon Called Moaning (2008)
  • This much delight, fills columns to new heights
    All these things about me you never can tell
    Colors run prime, paint a picture so bright
    All these things about me you never can tell
    You make me sleep so badly invisible friend

    Turn the dial on my words
    I can feel they fall short
    Turn the dial, chime alarm, chime alarm
    Watch these hands move apart
    Turn the dial on my words

    I can see you staying here

    Fierce steps shadow, life's will gone shallow
    All these things about me you never can tell
    You make me sleep so badly, invisible friend
    You make me sleep so badly, invisible friend
    You make me sleep so badly, invisible friend

    Turn the dial on my words
    I can feel they fall short
    Turn the dial, chime alarm, chime alarm
    Watch these hands move apart
    Turn the dial on my words

    I can see you staying here Writer/s: RHIANNON BRYAN, RHYDIAN DAVIES
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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