I deal the cards around
Around the table
Pull up a seat if you are able
Welcome to the dream hotel
If you've been there before
Then you'll know it well
I want you to find, find yourself

Don't let me down
Let me down
For too long
For too long

Lost in the fun house
Dolphin blue
Wherever you're going I'll swim and find you
I heard you talkin'
Did you whisper my name
Or did you shout it
I want you to find, find yourself

Don't let me down
Let me down
For too long
For too long

Oh, I want you to find yourself
Oh, I want you to find yourself
I hear you chant every other day
Sweet son, sweet son
I want you to find yourself

Don't let me down
Let me down
For too long
For too long

Don't let me down
Let me fall
For too long
For too long


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Dream Hotel Lyrics as written by Sharleen Spiteri John Mc Elhone

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