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Martha Wainwright – Further Apart lyrics

Trouble's not my own
Since you've been gone
Since you've been gone
Cause you are the man of my dreams
You do not exist
And I'm over you
But you are the man in my dreams
And we wake up
Further apart
Further, further apart

And I've got troubles, not my own
Since you've been gone
Since you've been gone
Cause you are the man of my dreams
You do not exist
And I'm over you
But you are the man in my dreams
And we wake up
Further apart
Further, further apart

Further apart
Further apart
Further apart

I walked down by the water
I walked down by the water
I didn't know that
I didn't know that about you

And I walked down by the water
And I walked down by the water
I, I didn't know that
I didn't know that about you

Oh yeah, I, I didn't know that
I didn't know that
Oh, I didn't know that about you

You are the man of my dreams
Oh, you do not exist
And I'm over you
But you are the man in my dreams
And we wake up
Further apart
Further, further apart

I walked into the water



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