Bat for Lashes
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Bat for Lashes is a pseudonym of Brighton, UK, based singer-songwriter / multi-instrumentalist / visual artist Natasha Khan (b. 25 Oct 1979, in Hertfordshire, England). She made her début with single The Wizard (May 2006, She Bear/Drowned in Sound), following with albums Fur and Gold (Sept 2006, Echo), Two Suns (Apr 2009, Echo/Parlophone), and her latest album is The Haunted Man (Oct 2012, Echo/Parlophone).
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- LyricsDaniel when I first saw you
I knew that you had a flame in your heart
And under our blue skies
Marble movie skies
I found a home in your eyes
- LyricsYou say that they've all left you behind
Your heart broke when the party died
Drape your arms around me and softly say
Can we dance upon the tables again?
When your smile is so wide and your heels are so high
- LyricsNever see the big church steeple when I call you on the phone
Never feel the rush of angels, when we stay up late alone
Never whisper you a great love story, only scream and cry and moan
But youre a good man, but youre a good man
I keep telling myself to just let go
- LyricsI will rise now
And go about the city
In the streets
Broadways I seek
Him whom my soul loveth
- LyricsWe walked arm in arm
But I didn't feel his touch
The desire I'd first tried to hide
That tingling inside was gone
And when he asked me, do you still love me?
- Sleep Alone - (4:02) - 31,765 plays
- Lilies - (4:48) - 29,565 plays
- Siren Song - (5:30) - 29,407 plays
- Moon and Moon - (3:07) - 26,721 plays
- Oh Yeah - (4:56) - 22,759 plays
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