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Sometimes I feel dizzy and I don't know why
But my head spins the opposite way to the sky
Can't sit down
Can't stand up
Think I've run out of luck

Last night I was trying to think of your name
But my head was still clouded and you were to blame
Where are you?
Huh?
Where were you?

But what are the chances of you going nowhere?
And what are the chances of making you cry?

These panic attacks helped me breathe until now
Breathe until now

These panic attacks helped me breathe until now
My heart just skipped a beat
This is it
Something's found
I feel weak
I'm brand new
Who am I?
Where are you?
Huh?

But what are the chances of you going nowhere?
And what are the chances of making you cry?

These panic attacks helped me breathe until now
Breathe into now

Your girl - she's far away
Your town - it's far away
Your girl is far away
Never fear (x3)

These panic attacks helped me breathe until now (x7)
Breathe into now



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