Lyrics

”I Found My Soul At Marvingate”

Just leave it neat and tidy

No fake

No confusion

No cracks

No beginning

No end

 

I was walking on water

I moved between the raindrops

Out of tune and out of the blue

 

Somewhere on the sidewalk

I bumped into a stranger

I swear she looked exactly like you

 

I found my soul at Marvingate

Hey, I was told it was too late

I thought I’d never get it back

Jumpin’ Jack had painted it black

 

I gave my heart to a simple plan

You’re all I want, you’re all I am

Oh days of June they can’t die young

Can’t die young

I won’t let them

 

Just leave it neat and tidy

No fake and no confusion

No cracks, no beginning, no end

 

My wishes are so humble

I invite you with a kiss

It’s me and you all over again

 

I found my soul at Marvingate

I really thought it was too late

I thought I’d never get it back

That Jumpin’ Jack had painted it black

 

I gave my heart to a simple cause

Your crazy love won’t follow laws

Oh nights of June they can’t die young

Can’t die young

I won’t let them

 

Just leave it neat and tidy

No fake

No confusion

No cracks

No beginning

No end

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Words & Music by Mono Mind

 

”Save Me A Place”

When you come around

Doesn’t matter when

I’m soakin’ up the sound

I dare to face the bend

 

And I won’t miss a beat

Attack and then sustain

Lose myself in love

Dryin’ in the rain

 

And I will look at you

When you look at me

Mighty like a mountain

Precious like a sea

 

Save me a place next to you

Save me a place next to you

 

That’s where I wanna be

That’s where I wanna be

 

Almost like a prayer

When I go to bed

Underneath the layers

Deep inside my head

 

And I won’t miss a beat

Attack and then sustain

Lose myself in love

Dryin’ in the rain

 

I will speak to you

Like you speak to me

Everything’s in motion

Leaves upon a tree

 

Save me a place next to you

Save me a place next to you

 

That’s where I wanna be

That’s where I wanna be

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Words: Mono Mind

Music: Mono Mind//Jack Hisbach/Giorgio Tuinfort/Michael Einziger