Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Lisa Mitchell - 10 Sidekick



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Lisa Mitchell - 10 Sidekick

I called out across the sea
‘Normality! Can you hear me?’
But there came back no reply
I hung my head and started to cry

Well I am the shape of a lonely soldier
Oh, I am the shape of a single structure
But even the bravest Lions,
They need a sidekick
I know that even the tallest kings,
They need a sidekick
<3 p="">There’s no place like the place we used to go
There’s no friends like the friends we used to know
like the friends we used to know

If I could dig a tunnel I would
Oh, I’d network under your neighbourhood
Oh, We’d meet there all through the night
Drink and smoke and laugh and fight
<3 p="">I would see the Luna, love
You look like the moon above

There’s no place like the place we used to go
There’s no friends like the friends we used to know
like the friends we used to know

There’s no place like the place we used to go
There’s no friends like the friends we used to know
<3 p="">There’s no place like the place we used to go
There’s no friends like the friends we used to know
like the friends we used to know
friends we used to know
friends we used to know

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