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When you beat on that drum
Talk in that tongue
You're just scratching
On the surface
So tell me what it means
A whisper to a scream
Slowly fades away

Then you wake up
And tomorrow is today
And you're crying
Crying like a baby
Caught between the tides
(Did you lose your way)
You lost your way
(Did you lose your way)
You lost your way

Do you know where I've been
Walls are caving in
It moves across a wire
There no need to talk
I crawl as you walk
Pushing me away

Then you wake up
And tomorrow is today
And you're crying
Crying like a baby
Caught between the tides
(Did you lose your way)
You lost your way
(Did you lose your way)
You lost your way

Flowers in the bin
Close this hole I'm in
Everything was one
Nothing gets undone
You pay the bill
You lost your will
Just run away until

Then you wake up
And tomorrow is today
And you're crying
Crying like a baby
Caught between the tides
(Did you lose your way)
You lost your way
(Did you lose your way)
You lost your way



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