This war is noise.


Ellie Goulding – Wish I Stayed lyrics.
April 1, 2011, 4:36 pm
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Why can’t we speak another language, one we all agree on? [on, on, on, on]
Why when men look outside, do they see houses,
Instead of the fields they grew from? [from, from]
We are constantly uprooted from them, making us tiresome and fearful,
Can you get up right now? Endeavour to free-fall.

‘Cause you can fall if you want to, it’s just a matter of how far,
You’ve treasured your home town, but you’ve forgotten where you are.
And it will stay with you ’til you’re mind’s been found,
and it has been found wandering around.

With that skipping rope, the trampoline,
The crafty smoke that made us choke,
But we didn’t give up.
It’s the simple ways of getting paid,
The carelessness of running away,
I wish I stayed,
I wish I stayed,
I wish I stayed, stayed, stayed.

Patterns all arranged in my background,
It’s pillars and posts keeping this country on form.
Letters were all sent with no addresses so that people can’t discover.
Always undercover.
Why do I always draw triangles instead of words this paper so deserves?

‘Cause see,
I don’t own my clothes but I own my mind,
And it’s not what you’ve lost,
But it’s what you find.

I don’t own my clothes but I own my mind,
And it’s not what you’ve lost,
But it’s what you find.

We found that skipping rope, the trampoline,
The crafty smoke that made us choke,
But we didn’t give up.
It’s the simple ways of getting paid,
The carelessness of running away,
I wish I stayed,
I wish I stayed,
I wish I stayed.

‘Cause you can fall if you want to, it’s just a matter of how far,
You’ve treasured your home town, but you’ve forgotten where you are.
And it will stay with you ’til you’re mind’s been found,
and it has been found wandering around.

With that skipping rope, the trampoline,
The crafty smoke that made us choke,
But we didn’t give up.
It’s the simple ways of getting paid,
The carelessness of running away,
Now, I wish I stayed,
I wish I stayed,
I wish I stayed,
I wish I stayed,
I wish I stayed.

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