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Beth Orton – So Much More lyrics

Another cold London night
I wrap this head around my shoulders, tight
Plase excuse me, seems there's someone at my door
I wouldn't leave, but the need is so much more
So much more

Another cold London night
And I'm always walking down the escalator the up way
Please excuse me, I can't seem to get inside
I only wanted to know if you're alive
You're alive... You're alive... You're alive

I got a feeling in me
There's a feeling in me
And I don't know what it is
Don't know what it means

It's a long journey into light
It always seems the furthere'st when the end's in sight
Please excuse me, I just need to be outside
Only looking for air to breathe
Air to breathe

I feel alive
(I feel so alive, it's cold tonight
I don't know how to live)

Air to breathe



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