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Birds Of Tokyo – The Baker's Son lyrics

You tripped up again,
You tripped up again, oh no.
You know better, don't you?
Free to believe in, oh no.
Tick-tock again. Tick-tock again, oh no.

Waiting, Waiting.
Waiting, Waiting.

Tip-toe again. Tip-toe again, oh no.
Sounds like nothing you know.
Who's that again? Who's that again, oh no.
Sleep with one eye... Oh no!

Wake up! Wake up!
Wake up! Wake up!

Settle my boy, settle my baby boy.
No need to fight, you'll be just fine, you'll be all right.
Settle my boy, settle my baby boy.

No need to fight, you'll be just fine, you'll be all right...

And nothing will bother you, son.
Now you're on your own.
And nothing will bother you, son.
Now you're gone.
(Now you're gone.)
Now you're on your own.

Settle my boy, settle my baby boy.
Settle my boy, settle my baby boy.
You should be home, with those that you love.
I know that you care, I know you can hear me.

Settle my boy, settle my baby boy.
No need to fight, you'll be just fine, you'll be all right. (x3)



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/b/birds_of_tokyo/the_bakers_son.html

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