"Trouble In Mind" as written by Gawain Erland Cooper, David Nock and Simon Tong....
Last night I dreamt when we were young
Out in the fields I saw you run
Trouble in mind, trouble in soul
Won't you let your feelings go?

I didn't mean to disappoint you
I'm just sorry that I had to
I didn't mean to disappoint you
I'm just sorry that I did

I took a walk down your old street
Down past the places we used to meet
Trouble in mind, trouble in souls
Won't you let your feelings go?

I didn't mean to disappoint you
I'm just sorry that I had to
I didn't mean to disappoint you
I'm just sorry that I did

Your father's house never felt so cold
What once was new, now over grown
Oh pharaoh, oh pharaoh
Won't you let your children go?

I didn't mean to disappoint you
I'm just sorry that I had to
I didn't mean to disappoint you
I'm just sorry that I did


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