Alone Or With Friends

Album: Baby (2012)
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  • I see colors,
    Well I can't quite work out why.
    Am I at the bottom of the ocean?
    Or way up in the sky?
    Am I alone or with friends?

    I hear thunder
    And a thousand words in song
    A symphony so beautiful
    I had to sing along
    Am I alone or with friends?

    Either way, to find old lovers hands
    Writing messages in the sand

    I feel cold and the the air's too thin to breath.

    Now you couldn't possibly imagine how much of you I need,
    Am I alone or with friends?

    Either way to find old lovers hand
    Writing messages in the sand

    Just let go and let your body do the work
    Like an angel made of stone to dust
    If the universe is kind to leave our soul behind
    Then bury me waaay out at sea
    Just you and meee

    Just let go and let your body do the work
    Like an angel made of stone to dust
    If the universe is kind to leave our soul behind
    Then bury me waaay out at sea
    Just you and meee. Writer/s: DAN WHITE, JAMES MICHAEL CRATCHLEY, JONATHAN SAMUEL LLOYD, MIGUEL KOCH
    Publisher: Global Talent Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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