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Beth Orton – Yesterday's Gone lyrics

Look at the priest and the blood and the fire??
Weighted down with metal, I wonder why?
Haven't we moved further in time
Haven't we advanced along the line

Yesterday is gone
Yesterday is gone
Let it fade away
Blind chances of destiny

Yesterday is gone
Yesterday is gone
Let it fade away
Blind chances of destiny

Isn't it the scheme of love to take
Wouldn't my life remain the same
Wonder if my God could take the blame
Time's the only voodoo dreams can change

Yesterday is gone
Yesterday is gone
Let it fade away
Blind chances of destiny

Yesterday is gone
Yesterday is gone
Let it fade away
Blind chances of destiny

Let your mind go free

Yesterday is gone
Yesterday is gone
Let it fade away
Blind chances of destiny

Yesterday is gone
Yesterday is gone
Let it fade away
Blind chances of destiny



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