"We Come 1" as written by Rollo Armstrong, Ayalah Deborah Bentovim and Maxwell Alexander Fraser....
All the subtle flavours of my life have become
Bitter seeds and poisoned leaves
Without you

You represent what's true
I drain the colour from the sky and turn blue
Without you

These arms lack a purpose
Flappin' like a humming bird
I'm nervous 'cause I'm the left eye, you're the right
Would it not be madness to fight?

We come one

In you the song which rights my wrongs
In you the fullness of living
The power to begin again
From right now
In you
(In you, in you, in you, in you, in you, in you, in you, in you, in you, in you, in you, in you, in you)

Come one (come one, come one, come one, come one, come one)

We come one (come one, come one, come one)

We come one

We come
We come one

I'm unafraid
Never, never scared
Worries washed
Pressed, aired
I'm the left eye, you're the right
Would it not be madness to fight?

We come one (one, one, one, one, one, one, one, one, one, one, one, one, one, one)
One
(One, one, one, one, one, one)

We come one (come one, come one, come one, come one, come one, come one, come one)

One
One
One

We come

We come
(One)

One


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"We Come 1" as written by Rollo Armstrong Maxwell Fraser

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    General CommentTo anyone who says dance music isnt real music "You represent what's true, I drain the color from the sky and turn blue without you" thats the best two fingers up possible. More romantic and poetic than Keats.
    CEREALon February 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI really like "i'm the left eye, you're the right". like they're a perfect match for each other. it's sweet.
    misskittyon April 15, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe poetic justice of a love song. Incerdible.
    MiCrOwAvE_ChiCkEnon July 22, 2002   Link

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