You look up
With surprise on your face
The lamplight
Throws familiar shapes
Right and wrong
A fake partition wall
A slim hope
At the root of it all

How could I forget your name and your reputation?
How could I gauge how you felt with no indication?

I don’t care what we’ve been through
I can’t sleep without music
I feel strangled when I’m with you
The days are stacking up slowly

Life is a warehouse as much as anything else
Life is a warehouse as much as anything else

So little left unsaid
Just the important things
You were the engineer
Of thoughts that I can’t control
It’s a conversation that’s just been waiting

You thought that I was a hardback kind of guy
But paperback books are all that I ever buy

I don’t care what we’ve been through
I can’t sleep without music
I feel strangled when I’m with you
The days are stacking up slowly

Life is a warehouse as much as anything else
Life is a warehouse as much as anything else
I don’t care what we’ve been through


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