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Angus Stone – Clouds Above lyrics

All she ever thinks about is love
All she ever thinks about is love
Find her in the clouds up above
For all she ever thinks about is love

There once was a girl who lived inside a tree.
She liked ginger biscuit with scones and cups of tea.
Where does she go, does she go,
Does she go when she's high?
Where does she go, does she go
When she takes to the sky?

All she ever thinks about is love
All she ever thinks about is love
Find her in the clouds up above
For all she ever thinks about is love

Sweet, sweet angel kiss me when I'm gone
Take me to the river, let the river take you home
Where does she go, does she go,
Where she go in the night?
Where does she go, does she go
When she takes to the light?

All she ever thinks about is love
All she ever thinks about is love
Find her in the clouds up above
For all she ever thinks about is love



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