Album: Knowle West Boy (2008)
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  • They want to see me cry
    I would rather fly
    I'm swimming in my grease
    Angel, touch my face

    She leads me by my hand
    To castles in the sand
    Suffocating from concrete
    She I like to meet

    I have to leave to look
    I had to take I took
    I have to feel alone
    I have to change my tone

    I begin to wash my sins
    I'm trying, my life begins

    [Repeat: x4]
    I sit up, I stand down
    I sit up, I spin around

    I should lose my friends
    And I forget these bells

    I'll spend time with me
    And take a time to see

    (I sit up)
    I learn about myself

    (Stand down)
    Crowded since my twelve
    My mother said I'm special

    (Round and round)
    On my star ship vessel

    She left me now, she's gone

    (Stand down)
    She gives the gift of song
    She gives to give,

    (Round and round)
    She gives to give a song
    (I sit up, stand down, I sit up) Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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