"Into Another" as written by Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Steven Alexander James and David Rowntree....
It starts feeling now
It makes no inference of difference
It still won't see it's his
Faint from lack of air
It makes a whistle with a twistle
But no one can hear
I didn't stay long
I had to go away to stay
As long as I could
So I'm happy here
Cause here is where the heart is
I know you think that too
Into another
You and me
Am I dead?
Sleep in Harlow's bed
Into another
You and me
Am I dead?
Sleep in Harlow's bed
Listening to our tune
With headphone and volume on
I can read your lips
And in a clinical term
"I hear," it said
"Everything is beautiful, but nothing hurt"
Into another
You and me
Am I dead?
Sleep in Harlow's bed
Into another
You and me
Am I dead
Sleep in Harlow's bed


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"Into Another" as written by Graham Leslie Coxon Damon Albarn

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    General Comment"Everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt" is the inscription on a tombstone in Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five.
    nuclearjesuson August 22, 2006   Link

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