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Beth Orton – Don't Need A Reason lyrics

Have you ever seen a sign
That upon a time there were angels
We all lose track was upon our backs
Feel the weight of them

Why they fall is hard to tell
But some things you can buy yourself
Yeah we only hurt the ones we love
And we don't need a reason
We only give what we think we deserve
And that's something to believe in

I think I've seen a sign but its a very fine line
If you want it all and don't lose track
For on our back there's no weight of wings

When they shine is hard to say
But some things never fade away
And we only hurt the ones we love
Why we don't need a reason
We only give what we think we deserve
And that's something to believe in

So I've been calling angels down to earth
And I don't need a reason
Calling angels down to earth
Because I believe we need them

We only hurt the ones we love
Why we don't need a reason
We gonna get all that you deserve
And all that you believe in

Do you believe in, do you need them
If you need them do you know
Do you need them, if you need them
Do you need them, if you need them
Do you know, do you know
Such a short time



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/b/beth_orton/dont_need_a_reason.html

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