"Talking in Your Sleep" as written by Mark King, Philip Gould and Michael David Lindup....
Oh, baby
You've been talking in your sleep
I've been lying here listening to
A secret you had meant to keep
Inside of you
Were you dreaming of his face
I can't begin to take it in
I even know the time and place

Like the scene in a film that removes all doubt
There's a shot of a man who wakes with a shout
As he steps from a dream he figures it out
That's me today
Like the end of a book where the plot unfolds
But the lines on the page leave a tale untold
Of a spy who never came in from the cold
That's me today, yeah

Talking in your sleep
Talking in your sleep

The force of love
Is sometimes hard to resist
But i never thought i'd see the day
Never thought we'd come to this
So angry now
And i'm sure you'd feel the same
I heard it said you took his bed
Though you barely knew his name

Like the boy leaving home with a hole in his heart
Tries to fill up the void with a brand new start
Not a day goes by when he's not torn apart
That's me today
Like the way that it looks in a seaside town
When the shutters go up and the flags come down
And the beaches are bare, no-one around
That's me today, yeah

Talking in your sleep
Talking in your sleep...


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"Talking in Your Sleep" as written by Mark King Philip Gabriel Gould

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