Days like this are sweet
I'm talking in my sleep
I think you're goin soft
I know its stiff for me
And Saturdays are short
I'm walkin with my dog
A lie's a canyon size

Break up home there's nothing bound and left
Longer that I love
Break up home there's nothing wrong with me
I'm driving in the sun
It's a hell of a way down south
Bring me back my love

And in your home
And Saturdays are short
I'm walking with my dog
A lie's a canyon size
Break up home there's nothing on the knife
And days like this are sweet
I'm walking in my sleep
It's a place where I belong
I banged a million drums
Someday I'll go back home
You'll it up and go
I like it in my head
And caught up in your love

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Life Is Sweet [album version] Lyrics as written by Tom Rowlands Timothy Burgess

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    The (?) denotes disputed lyrics that cannot really be deciphered unless the artist writes them down and sends them out. If you think this is untrue, you listen to this song and try to figure them out :) .

    shuton December 06, 2001   Link
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    man ive been searching for years for this song..i had it on a mix tape someone gave to me and its fucking cool as hell...

    HalfLifeSuicideon April 29, 2002   Link

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