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Ooooh
I'm so spaced out today
Ooooh
I could have slept for days
It's like a radar
And it comes
To you
From the sea
From the sea
From the sea

Ooooh
She's just so under pain
Ooooh
I'm so spaced out today
My head's a light weight
And it comes
To you
From the sea
From the sea
From the sea

Hello hello oh hello
(the world repeats itself some how)
She knows she knows oh she knows
(The world repeats itself some how)
Only just beginning to know
She's only just beginning to know

Ooooh
There's just no oxygen
Ooooh
Why can't we just fall in
In the sea

Hello hello oh hello
(the world repeats itself some how)
She knows she knows oh she knows
(The world repeats itself some how)

Oh-oh oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh-oh
Oh-oh oh-oh-oh
Oh-oh oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh-oh
Oh-oh oh-oh-oh

Hello hello oh hello
(the world repeats itself some how)
She knows she knows oh she knows
(The world repeats itself some how)
Only just beginning to know
She's only just beginning to know
She's only just beginning to know now



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