"Breathing Lessons" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Dickson Crichton, Michael Anthony Sadler and James Gerad Gilmour....
I know how to roll a seven
& I know I've got a place in heaven
But I'm in no hurry to go
I know all the compromises
& I've seen all the shapes & sizes
But I never go with the flow

[bridge]

I think I need some breathing lessons
Sometimes I go too far
I know I need some breathing lessons
Show me where to start

I don't know how to change the weather
But I've seen you in lace & leather
& I keep that thought to myself
I know how to live on credit
Take a dive & never regret it
So much for sharing the wealth

I think I need some breathing lessons
Sometimes I go too far
I know I need some breathing lessons
Show me where to start
[chorus]

Breath in, Breath out
You don't know how I need you right now
Breath in - If I let go
And breath out- Tell me you'll catch me
I know that you will show me how

I know how to lock & load it
& I know how to crack and de-code it
Call it my fortunate fame
I know how to do what matters
Shake the tree & how to climb the ladder
I'm at the top of my game
[repeat bridge]
[repeat chorus]


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"Breathing Lessons" as written by James Crichton Ian Crichton

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