"Where Do We Fit" as written by and Xavier Rudd....
Same when I left you Now the same upon return As your pages flip over You seem to let them burn You drink from the bottle That stole your friend Your friend Your friend Now the seasons They come and they go I watch the blossoms As the bees take their own I peer through the water That floods my eyes My eyes My eyes I want you in my life I feel I need you in my life But I can't have you Not tonight Not these days Not these days Not these days Not these days I watch our children As they play in the sand Speaking those words That only you can understand I know inside of you You feel that they are gold You know there's time They are not yet old They want you in their lives I feel they need you in their lives But they can't have you Not tonight Not these days Not these days Not these days Not these days I hope these things They come alive inside you And you recognise I hope these things They come alive and bite you In the night I see you standing with each child And laughing As you feed their smiles I hope these things They come alive and bite you In the night Because we We need you In our lives Because we We need you In our lives Because these days are These days are nothing Tell me where do we fit in These days are These days are nothing Tell me where do we fit in


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"Where Do We Fit" as written by Xavier Rudd

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    General CommentI cant believe no one has commented on this song!! Im rubbish at writing down my thoughhts on songs so not gona give that a go..but i must say what a song and what an artist went to see him in london this year..its a must!
    on_and_onon August 15, 2006   Link

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