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London Grammar — Wasting My Young Years
Album: If You Wait
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Released: 2014
Length: 3:17
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You cross this line
Do you find it hard to say it with me tonight
I've walked these miles but I've walked in straight line
You'll never know what was there to be
Fine

I'm wasting my young years
It doesn't matter here
I'm chasing more ideas
It doesn't matter here

Baby
We are
We are
Baby, I'm wasting my young years
Baby
We are
We are
Baby, I'm wasting my young years

Don't you know that it's all I feel
I wouldn't worry, you have all the love
I've heard it takes some time to get it right

I'm wasting my young years
It doesn't matter here
I'm chasing more ideas
It doesn't matter here

Baby
We are
We are
Baby, I'm wasting my young years
Baby
We are
We are
Baby, I'm wasting my young years

I don't know what you want
Don't leave me hanging on
Don't know what you want
Don't leave me hanging on
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She is an exquisite singer.
A worthy Annie Lennox progeny. So much effortless control.
 robus wrote:
This is probably the best track on the album. I really like her voice but I'm finding the accompanying music to be a bit empty on repeat listenings.
 
With a voice like her's you don't need heavy accompaniment.  She carries the song quite nicely.
Check their gig (regarding this song) at RockNess 2013: https://youtu.be/g5XRdOwGb6Q Better than the original, in my honest opinion.
This is probably the best track on the album. I really like her voice but I'm finding the accompanying music to be a bit empty on repeat listenings.
very pleasing    : P
 coloradojohn wrote:
Really love the way it's done here! Yes, her voice pushes the boundaries, but it doesn't shatter or disdain them. To me, Goddess-like!

 
Could not have said it better....
There are some great new tracks out now too!
Really love the way it's done here! Yes, her voice pushes the boundaries, but it doesn't shatter or disdain them. To me, Goddess-like!
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