"Sleepwalking" as written by Katherine Sarah Alice Botterill, James William Richard Foulger, Jonathan Edward Paul Foulger, Jonathan Patrick Maher and Timothy John Marshall....
He had the visions on the Tuesday night
In the station
This bubblewrapped nation
Spinning through the air on a fateful flight
To a crash site
In the moonlight

You are not dreaming
You are sleepwalking

She packed her things on the Wednesday right
He'd never made a mistake
It's best it was a clean break
Now he covers his eyes
Thinking without sight
There is nothing
And then the phone rings

She said
You are not dreaming
You are sleepwalking

Sat in the church
In the night
With the vision that the words he had said
They had never come out right
Where is your faith?
She had said he was confused
By the idea of never thinking without sight

Don't want me up
Don't wake me up
Don't wake me up
Don't wake me up
Don't wake me up
Don't wake me up
Don't wake me up
Don't wake me up
Don't wake me up
Don't wake me up
Don't wake me up

She said
You are not dreaming
You are sleepwalking
You are sleepwalking
You are sleepwalking
You are sleepwalking




Lyrics submitted by bella127

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