"Something Hiding For Us In The Night" as written by Gavin Bradley Gardiner, Andrew Kekewich, Simon Walker and Andrew Wyatt....
We never walk in the light
You know there's something hiding for us in the night
We walk these streets dressed in drag
I know that sometimes you must feel like you've been had

But you keep a car running outside my bed
Saying "Baby don't you worry now
It's all in your head"
But I keep on repeating all the last things you said
"I know at first you probably wanted me dead
To carry my body to the river in pales
All your sons and your daughters
They could never post bail"
But I never wanted you dead

Now he's laying diamonds in your lap
But I'm not worried girl
Because I know you'll be back
And she's putting diamonds in my crown
If that mean old city gets you down
I'll be around
I'll still be around

But you keep a car running outside my bed
Saying "Baby don't you worry now
It's all in your head"
But I keep on repeating all the last things you said
"I know at first you probably wanted me dead
To carry my body to the river in pales
All your sons and your daughters
They could never post bail"
But I never wanted you dead

But you keep a car running outside my bed
Saying "Baby don't you worry now
It's all in your head"
But I keep on repeating all the last things you said
"I know at first you probably wanted me dead
To carry my body to the river in pales
All your sons and your daughters
They could never post bail"
But I never wanted you dead


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