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Rob Moir – Lost And Found Like You lyrics

When I was a pirate I sailed around the Adriatic
When I was a boxcar I got to know your bedroom well

I am nothing now like I was back then
So make it a double at the bar my man
And please turn off the television
And put back on the stereo system
I know this one so I’ll hum along
I always get this singers words wrong

When I was a pornographer I felt my work spoke volumes
About my relationship with commerce, lust and art and the irony

Of being nothing then like I’m nothing now
Just wipe the sweat away from my brow
And get dressed up so I can hit the town
To get fucked up before I feel the ground
And watch the stars spinning around
I always confuse the constellations

I want to be somebody, not just anybody
I want to be someone who is lost and found like you

I want to dream away my life, ride my bicycle into the night
Sleep under a bed of pines in the summertime
I want to fall in love again with the things I do, and not just things I plan
I’d like to be a better man

I want to be somebody, not just anybody
I want to be someone who is lost and found like you



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/r/rob_moir/lost_and_found_like_you.html

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