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All Your Life
by Blur



Put a new T-shirt on, wash my face in beer
Fall through the crowd and disappear
In the teenage magazines and shopping malls
Walk through the wildlife for miles and miles

Hold my breath and count a hundred and ten
And back up the hill to start again
Watching spiders on the bedroom ceiling
They got big plans so they're not breathing

Feel the frisson of tomorrow today
I could get up but it won't go away
Do nothing to impress my friends
Just rub my eyes for hours on end

Oh England, my love, you lost me, made me look a fool
I need someone to tell me everything'll be alright
I need someone who'll hold me when the day turns to night
I need someone who loves me more than you do

Oh we say that's not true
And you and me in line as double bill
Surrogate heroes on TV and films
I've never met anyone like you

I've never done the things you like to do
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written by Albarn, Damon / Coxon, Graham / James, Steven Alexander / Rowntree, David
Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing