Nautilus Pompilius – Breath

Nautilus Pompilius – Breath

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I wake up soaking in a cold sweat I wake up shaking from a strange dream As though our house had been flooded by rain And only you and I had made it out alive And now above us, only water for miles And above us, whales waving their tales And the oxygen is not enough for two And I’m lying in the dark I’m listening to our breath Just listening to our breath I’d never thought the two of us Had between us just this common breath One breath I am trying to unlearn how to breathe So that I could for a moment give you This gas which we never valued much But you sleep and don’t know That above us, only water for miles That above us, whales waving their tales And the oxygen is not enough for two And I’m lying in the dark I’m listening to our breath Just listening to our breath I’d never thought the two of us Had between us just this common breath I’m listening to our breath Just listening to our breath I’d never thought the two of us Had between us just this common breath I’m listening to our breath Just listening to our breath I’d never thought the two of us Had between us just this common breath I’m listening to our breath Just listening to our breath I’d never thought the two of us Had between us just this common breath One breath

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