She Bangs The Drums

Album: The Stone Roses (1989)
Charted: 34
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  • I can feel the Earth begin to move
    I hear my needle hit the groove
    And spiral through another day
    I hear my song begin to say
    Kiss me where the sun don't shine
    The past was yours but the future's mine
    You're all out of time

    I don't feel too steady on my feet
    I feel hollow, I feel weak
    Passion fruit and holy bread
    Fill my guts and ease my head
    Through the early morning sun
    I can see her, here she comes
    She bangs the drums

    Have you seen her? Have you heard?
    The way she plays, there are no words
    To describe the way I feel
    How could it ever come to pass?
    She'll be the first, she'll be the last
    To describe the way I feel
    The way I feel

    Have you seen her? Have you heard?
    The way she plays, there are no words
    To describe the way I feel
    How could it ever come to pass?
    She'll be the first, she'll be the last
    To describe the way I feel
    The way I feel

    Have you seen her? Have you heard?
    The way she plays, there are no words
    To describe the way I feel
    How could it ever come to pass?
    She'll be the first, she'll be the last
    To describe the way I feel
    The way I feel Writer/s: Ian George Brown, John Squire
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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