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Stella Donnelly – Lungs Lyrics

Stella Donnelly Lungs Lyrics

Maybe it’s the last time that I’ll see you
Putting too much salt on the story
It’s not loving if you fake it
There’s a limit to your moves

Warning light, warning light, warning light, warning light (Like a child)
Warning light, warning light, warning light, warning light (Like a child)

Don’t watch us when we leave
Won’t let you see us

Stretching out the leather on your wallet
That my lungs are filling up
Long live the asbestos on the rental
Yeah, it looks alright to me

Warning light, warning light, warning light, warning light (Like a child)
Warning light, warning light, warning light, warning light (Like a child)

Don’t watch us when we leave
Won’t let you see us bleed
Don’t, won’t

And we put up with your shit to keep the power on
Take all of your hits like you’re number one
And I see the way you look at my dad and mum
What more from life could you people want?
Dig your heels right in my teeth while you wait
For the suits to send me on my way
Big man, proud with your new stripe
I’ll be a child, rest of my life

History again, teach me like a friend what you know and why
I cannot refuse, your place, your house, your rules

Warning light, warning light, warning light, warning light (Like a child)
Warning light, warning light, warning light, warning light (Like a child)

Written by: Stella Donnelly

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