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We Move

James Vincent McMorrow

2016

Album


We Move

James Vincent McMorrow

Released: 02/09/2016

Genre: Alternative

℗ 2016 Believe Recordings



  • 4:55
    Explicit Lyrics

    Rising Water

  • 3:19
    Explicit Lyrics

    I Lie Awake Every Night

  • 4:47
    Explicit Lyrics

    Last Story

  • 3:19
    Explicit Lyrics

    One Thousand Times

  • 4:41
    Explicit Lyrics

    Evil

  • 4:10
    Explicit Lyrics

    Get Low

  • 5:00
    Explicit Lyrics

    Killer Whales

  • 4:08
    Explicit Lyrics

    Seek Another

  • 5:38
    Explicit Lyrics

    Surreal

  • 4:20
    Explicit Lyrics

    Lost Angles

10 songs, 44:17 total time, 89.62 MB

Song lyrics

[Intro]
Ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh
Oh oh oh...

Rising Water

James Vincent McMorrow


[Intro]
Ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh
Oh oh oh

[Verse 1]
We're in it now, everybody knows
What I've become
Truth is I never once was sad
For what I've done
It's like a game where everybody dies
And has no fun
Still I want to play even if I end
Back where I've begun

[Chorus]
Because you make me feel alive
In spite of rising water
Abandoning my car
About a mile from nowhere
Because you make me feel alive
In spite of rising water
Abandoning my car
About a mile from nowhere

[Post-Chorus]
Ooh, ooh
Mile from nowhere
Ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh
Mile from nowhere
Ooh, ooh
Oh oh oh

[Verse 2]
What happens now?
It's your lucky day
It's your lucky day
So write it down
Guess we're gone astray
Guess we're gone astray
I wish I cried
It's your lucky day
It's your lucky day
It wasn't mine
Guess we're gone astray
Guess we're gone astray

[Chorus]
Because you make me feel alive
In spite of rising water
Abandoning my car
About a mile from nowhere
Because you make me feel alive
In spite of rising water
Abandoning my car
About a mile from nowhere

[Post-Chorus]
Ooh, ooh
Mile from nowhere
Ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh
Mile from nowhere
Ooh, ooh
Oh oh oh

[Bridge]
When I wake, realize you were gone
So I sat at the edge of the lawn
Days go by, still no sign of your ghost
Never call, never write, it's a loss

[Chorus]
Because you make me feel alive
In spite of rising water
Abandoning my car
About a mile from nowhere
Because you make me feel alive
In spite of rising water
Abandoning my car
About a mile from nowhere
You make me feel alive
In spite of rising water
Abandoning my car
About a mile from nowhere
Because you make me feel alive
In spite of rising water
Abandoning my car
About a mile from nowhere

[Post-Chorus]
Ooh, ooh
Mile from nowhere
Ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh
Mile from nowhere
Ooh, ooh
Oh oh oh

[Outro]
Mile from nowhere
Mile from nowhere
Oh oh oh
Oh oh oh
Oh oh oh
Oh oh oh
Oh oh oh
Oh oh oh
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"Rising Water" Track Info



“Rising Water” is the first single from James Vincent McMorrow's upcoming album “We Move,” which is scheduled to be released on September 2nd, 2016. The song was released on July 5th, 2016 where it was first played on BBC1 Radio.