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Lucy Schwartz – Curse lyrics

I was afraid that the silence would break
Scared of rewriting my latest mistake in this life
Ooh

If you fall over you blow the house down
Then there’s nothing left but this sorry old ground in this life
Ooh

Was it you who put a curse on me
Every time I sing the keys turn to stone
Was it you who put a spell on me
If ever I touch something soon it is gone

I was convinced that my bell couldn’t sing
All of the other bells beautifully ring in this life
Ooh

Once I knew love in the shape of a man
But soon as it came it was taken again from this life
Ooh

Was it you who put a curse on me
Every time I sing the keys turn to stone
Was it you who put a spell on me
If ever I touch something soon it is gone

Who put a curse on me
Who lit the flame
Who put a curse on me
Who can I blame

You get one more small sorrow
You get one more small sorrow
You get one more small sorrow

Was it you who put a curse on me
Every time I sing the keys turn to stone
Was it you who put a spell on me
If ever I touch something soon it is gone
Was it you who put a curse on me
Every time I sing the keys turn to stone
Was it you who put a spell on me
If ever I touch something soon it is gone



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