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      Flume

      Album: Skin

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      Flume - Tiny Cities Música y Letra

      [Beck:]
      Can I, should I find my way home?
      Now did I think I better go home?
      All I said I needed was gone
      But I thought I heard it all wrong
      
      Now can it ever be a safe place?
      When they never seem to forget
      So admit it. More than you said
      Grill it down inside of your head
      
      Oh, she is following me in my head when I am all alone
      Thinking of her every time I want to try to let her go
      But it's never easy when you think you have it in control
      Somehow you get caught up in the moment and you never know
      All these tiny cities that you're holding in your little hand
      In the wind like diamond lights, they'll blow away in desert sand
      It was never perfect, it was never meant to last
      It was never perfect, it was never meant to last
      
      It was never perfect, it was never meant to last
      It was never perfect, it was never meant to last
      It was never perfect, it was never meant to last
      It was never perfect, it was never meant to last
      It was never perfect, it was never meant to last
      It was never perfect, it was never meant to last
      It was never perfect, it was never meant to last
      It was never perfect, it was never meant to last
      
      Why can't I fall down into the ground 
      Gotta get it back, back
      Why can't I fall down into the ground 
      Gotta get it back, back
      
      Can I ever get ahead of what I want and what I need?
      And what'd I have to do to get away from what is killing me?
      How can I convince myself to not believe in what I know?
      When all I see is dominoes falling uphill as we go

      Flume - Tiny Cities Música y Letra

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