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The Raincoats – Looking In The Shadows lyrics

You cross the street thinking
This way, or that way?
You chose the third
Your heart silently bleeding

You said,
I'll open the door
You said,
I'll break the window
You said,
I'll look at you

You cross the street, thinking
Looking in the shadows
You chose to see
Your heart silently bleeding

You thought,
I'll open the door
You thought,
I'll break the window
You thought,
I'll look at you

Look at the shadows
(Look at the shadows)
Stare at the shadows
(Stare at the shadows)
Look at the shadows
(Look at the shadows)
Stare at the shadows
(Stare at the shadows)

You left the street thinking
You'd listen to a record
A song about pleasure
Your heart silently bleeding

You decided
I'll shut the door
You decided
I'll close the window
You decided
I'll learn and listen

And maybe I'll call you
Call you tomorrow
Maybe I'll call you
Call you tomorrow



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