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I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it

The 1975

2016

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I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it

The 1975

Released: 26/02/2016

Genre: Alternative

℗ 2016 Dirty Hit, under exclusive licence to Polydor Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited



  • 1:23
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    The 1975

  • 3:42
    Explicit Lyrics

    Love Me

  • 3:00
    Explicit Lyrics

    UGH!

  • 4:43
    Explicit Lyrics

    A Change of Heart

  • 4:30
    Explicit Lyrics

    She's American

  • 6:20
    Explicit Lyrics

    If I Believe You

  • 4:25
    Explicit Lyrics

    Please Be Naked

  • 5:19
    Explicit Lyrics

    Lostmyhead

  • 2:51
    Explicit Lyrics

    The Ballad of Me and My Brain

  • 5:47
    Explicit Lyrics

    Somebody Else

  • 4:20
    Explicit Lyrics

    Loving Someone

  • 6:26
    Explicit Lyrics

    I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it

  • 4:08
    Explicit Lyrics

    The Sound

  • 4:12
    Explicit Lyrics

    This Must Be My Dream

  • 4:53
    Explicit Lyrics

    Paris

  • 3:58
    Explicit Lyrics

    Nana

  • 3:58
    Explicit Lyrics

    She Lays Down

17 songs, 1:13:55 total time, 152.53 MB

Song lyrics

[Verse]
Before you go, turn the big light off
Before you go, (please don't go) turn the big light off
Before you go, (please don't go) turn the big light off
Before you go, (please don't go) turn the big light off
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I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it

The 1975


[Verse]
Before you go, turn the big light off
Before you go, (please don't go) turn the big light off
Before you go, (please don't go) turn the big light off
Before you go, (please don't go) turn the big light off

[Instrumental]

[Outro]
Early, early
Early, early
Early, early
Early, early
Early, early
Early, early, monogamy, there isn't much
Early, early, monogamy, there isn't much
Early, early, monogamy, there isn't much
Early, early, monogamy, there isn't much
Early, early, monogamy, there isn't much
Early, early, monogamy, there isn't much
Monogamy, there isn't much
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"I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it" Track Info



The lengthy title track of The 1975's sophomore album was presumed to contain full-length lyrics, those which were originally released as a poem by frontman Matty Healy through Twitter and later found on the band's Soundcloud banner.

Healy told KROQ that the phrase originates from a phrase that he said to a past girlfriend, although it wasn't drenched in sweet romance as it may appear to be.

The lyrics as they appear here were teased in a cryptic tweet in August of 2014, and follow the repetitive format Matty Healy uses in almost all of The 1975's most popular songs. This technique is most obvious in tracks such as “Sex,” “Me,” “A Change of Heart,” and “Robbers.”:https://twitter.com/truman_black/status/497533073299636225The use of Twitter to share lyrics long before they're released, or even turned into songs, isn't unusual for Matty—he did the exact same thing with a line from “She's American.”