"Perfect for the Plain" as written by and Graham/st. John Fink....
All the things we think we know
And the war we though we'd won
Three cheers for distance
And the battle's just begun

We'll leave our bodies
Go flying through the haze
When the memory is gone
Does it all just fade away

Playing perfect for the plain
Both our fingers crossed in vain

Beneath the waves
The world above seems so surreal
Carve your thoughts into my head
So I can feel

But the heart froze in the chest
As soon as we learned to see
When the memory is gone
Does it all just fade away

Playing perfect for the plain
Both our fingers crossed in vain

When the memory is gone
Does it all just fade away

Playing perfect for the plain
Both our fingers crossed in vain




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"Perfect for the Plain" as written by Graham Fink Austen Christopher Lee

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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