"When You Walk In The Room" as written by and Fyfe Dangerfield Hutchins....
In this moment
No-one is pulling me down into the ground
In this moment
No-one is pulling me down into the ground

I can't help it if I'm happy
I can't help it if I'm happy not to be sad
'Cause when you walk in the room
I see things that I can't understand

I want you endlessly
I want you endlessly
I want you endlessly

I was tired
Working myself into an early grave
I was lonely
Trying to teach myself how to behave
But these things have their own patterns
These things are fathomlessly out of our hands
And when you walk in the room
I know my life's never going to be planned

All of these old addresses
All of these empty guesses
You carry all of their weight on your back

I want you endlessly
I want you endlessly
I want you endlessly
I want you endlessly

In this moment
No-one is pulling me down into the ground


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"When You Walk in the Room" as written by Fyfe Dangerfield Hutchins

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    General CommentThis song is absolutely the most feel good song out right now! Just got it for free from iTunes free single of the week and it never fails to make me smile!
    I think it's just about that initial 'honeymoon period' in relationship when your whole world is turned upside down.
    k8t11on January 24, 2010   Link

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