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Wallis Bird – Measuring Cities lyrics

Do you remember Mannheim in September?
We were in love
We didn't know it
Do you remember sleeping like a glove
We finally kissed
The world exploded

Our pockets were lined with each other
We knew every last drop of our souls
We were worried
I wanted someone from old

My heart is married to somebody else
My soul is married to somebody else
My lips are married to somebody else
My heart is married - to only you.

Do you remember Paris in October?
We were in love
We were ecstatic
Do you remember feeling growing old
We'd changed the World
The World had changed us

Our pockets were lined with each other
We knew every last drop of our souls
I was never untrue
When the cat was away.

My heart is married to somebody else
My soul is married to somebody else
My lips are married to somebody else
My heart is married - to only you.

Do you remember Brixton last July?
You were unsure
I didn't know it
You couldn't even look me in the eye
I felt the World
Crashing around me
I went home to family, meek
You changed your hair and your clothes in one week
And I don't think I'll be moving on
Any time soon

Cuz, my heart is married etc



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