Dear you know I fear I’m growing weak
I left you in the dark for a bottle and cheap company
You took me home, gave me a bed or half of yours at least
And my god that was good enough for me

I’ll keep holding on because we are young and we are free
And my god that’s still good enough for me

We’d sleep until the evening sun had burnt
And stay awake until the neighbours left next morning for work
The first time that we slept I felt my life rewind
And a nervous child replaced the ageing fool I left behind

You put your faith in me and I let you down
You put your faith in me and I let you down
You put your faith in me and I let you down
But I feel so sure, I feel so…


I’ll keep holding on because we are young and we are free
And my god that’s still good enough for me


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    General Comment"A song for my beautiful soulmate, my only sense of my normality and my home"
    Chrissalixon November 07, 2011   Link
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    General Comment"Fifty Four is about my girlfriend, and how she puts up with all the shit I give her and my bizarre choice of career. She is my only real sense of normality and I owe her more than I can write down in words for that."

    from rocksound.tv/features/article/…
    elleveexon February 12, 2012   Link

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