Appalachian Springs

Album: Forth (2008)
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  • Does anybody know where we're really gonna go?
    I was wondering if we've got that real soul
    You know the thing you cannot trade or ever own

    Does anybody know where we're really gonna go?
    I was wondering if we've got that real soul
    You know the thing we cannot trade or ever own

    The solitude, my sacred mood
    The sacred mood
    Appalachian Springs
    All my things

    Took a step to the left
    Took a step to the right
    I saw myself and I wasn't quite right

    Does anybody know where we're really gonna go?
    I was looking for answers in a soul
    In the feelings that a man can't control
    I let the fire burn bright in the dead of night
    Disappointed she'd get I told a lie
    I said that I would never be on their side

    I took a step to the left
    Took a step to the right
    And I saw myself and it wasn't quite right
    Took a step to the left
    I took a step to the right
    I keep it together, yeah?

    And I was waiting for my number come
    Like a bingo calling, singing in the sun
    You said 'our number's 69', I said 'ok'

    The solitude
    My sacred mood
    Appalachian Springs
    All my things

    Took a step to the left
    Took a step to the right
    Yeah, I keep it together
    You know I'm not lying
    Took a step to the left, yeah
    I took a step to the right
    I'm gonna keep it together

    C'mon
    Yeah c'mon
    Ah c'mon

    Does anybody know where we're really gonna go?
    I was wondering if we've got that real soul
    You know the thing you cannot trade or ever own
    Or ever own
    Or ever own
    Or ever own
    Or ever own
    Or ever own
    Or ever own
    Or ever own
    Or ever own
    Or ever own

    Good luck, I'm coming home
    Feel so young
    I don't know where I've gone

    I took a step to the left
    I took a step to the right
    And I saw myself and it wasn't quite right
    Yeah, a slip into the dreams
    Slippin' out, slippin' in and out of dreams Writer/s: RICHARD ASHCROFT
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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