Song to Self

Album: Ode To J. Smith (2008)
  • Singing a song to myself
    I'm singing a song to myself

    Pictures in your mind
    Out of focus and unkind
    Picture me
    I picture you
    Outside the sun is shining
    At the back of your mind there's a memory

    By the time you hear this I'll be gone

    [Chorus]
    I'm singing a song to myself
    Cause I don't belong any longer
    Just making it up in my head
    This feeling is strong and getting stronger
    Do you see the light?
    Tell me you see the light
    Just making it up in my head
    Cause I need someone to sing along with

    Sing along with

    Pictures in your heart
    Out of focus torn apart
    Picture me
    I picture you
    Outside the moon is shining
    At the back of your mind there's a memory

    By the time you hear this I'll be gone

    [Chorus]

    Sing along with,
    Yeah

    [Chorus]

    Singing a song to myself Writer/s: FRANCIS HEALY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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