House and Money

by Gangs of Ballet




I left my old life
Dead on the bedroom floor
I stuck my feet out
Out on to distant shores

Hmm I'm so tired of hearing my own voice
Wandering through these halls
Oo I need a new home warmer than
Concrete floors

I gave up on my house and my money
I gave up on the things I used to love
Life without you isn't happy
I'd rather be the fool that fell in love

Uh oh oh uh oh oh oh
Uh oh oh uh oh oh oh

You made me do it
Pushed me out that door
Ooh and I'm a fool I'm a fool
With a taste for more!

I am a blind man begging
At a poor man's boat
I am a footprint
Left by a lonely soul

Oh when I see you
I feel like myself

I gave up on my house and my money
I gave up on the things I used to love
Life without you isn't happy
I'd rather be the fool that fell in love

This could be the start
Just before the end
This is our judge now
Before we get older
And living in a job
watching from afar
With you we go

Uh oh oh uh oh oh oh
Uh oh oh uh oh oh oh

I gave up on my house and my money
I gave up on the things I used to love
Life without you isn't happy
I'd rather be the fool that fell in love

I gave up on my house and my money
I gave up on the things I used to love
Life without you isn't happy
I'd rather be the fool that fell in love
Uh oh oh uh oh oh oh
Uh oh oh uh oh oh oh

Written by: DE BEER QUINTIN HARDUS, BRADLEY IAN KLYNSMITH, KLYNSMITH JOSHUA SCOTT, RICH JONATHAN KYLE

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