"Heart and Lungs" as written by and Alex Kristian Scally Victoria Garance Alixe Legrand....
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From our lives
The land disappears
All that is left is a heart made of tears
From her smile the golden tooth is worn
Child you're only hope has flown
Hold on to this house
All I have left is the only place I've been

It's all heart and lungs
It's not that much fun
It's hard, hard to run
It's not that much fun
It's all heart and lungs
It's not that much fun
It's all

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"Heart and Lungs" as written by Victoria Garance Alixe Legrand Alex Kristian Scally

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    General Commentthis song is hypnotic
    s7409651on April 18, 2008   Link
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    General Commenttheres a hidden part at the end of the song where i think the guy sings

    clouds part

    shes rolling down the water
    but it always wins

    can we hold you
    the rest of our lives

    and your late
    were you lazy?

    always counting
    in the south?

    but shes roling down the wake of
    but it always breathes

    ii've
    and we'll hold you the rest of our lives

    its been your foot in?
    at the footing

    get yourselves in the autumn

    but shes rolling down the windows
    but its always raining
    but its always raining

    and we'll hold you the rest of our lives
    kingchipmunk1112on June 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentMy favorite, along with 'Saltwater'.

    The last part of the song is called 'Rain In Numbers' according to their myspace. It's quite distorted, I dont' believe it's the guy singing. Beautiful and melancholic.
    s7409651on April 13, 2009   Link
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    General Commentoh shit. the song at the end (Rain in Numbers, I guess?) is absolutely incredible
    predicateon April 11, 2011   Link

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