When We Die

Album: Ununiform (2017)
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  • So, where do I go, where do I go?
    I don't die young, not like Michael
    My friend's psycho, so, I might go lie low
    So, where do I go, where do I go?
    Fun trips, she's wearing lycro
    Where do we go, where do we go
    When we die, then we lie low?

    How can you somewhat say?
    Twins apart, faded grey
    Is it like that dream I had?
    And you are here like a dream

    Where did you go, where did you go?
    Why did you leave?
    What do you need, what do you need?
    Now you go, I hardly breathe
    What do you see, what do you see?
    I think of you and waste my day
    So, where do we go, where do we go
    When we die, then we lay low?

    How can you somewhat say?
    Twins apart, faded grey
    Is it like that dream I had?
    And you are here like a dream

    How can you somewhat say?
    Twins apart, faded grey
    Is it like that dream I had?
    And you are here like a dream

    How can you somewhat say?
    Twins apart, faded grey
    Is it like that dream I had?
    And you are here like a dream Writer/s: Adrian Nicholas Matthew Thaws, Martina Gillian Topley-Bird
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Peermusic Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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