A Place To Stay - Alison Moyet




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We never see the end begin
Only when it settles in
We didn't have so long to wait
But even now it's hard to take
Everyday you change your mind
But every way we turn you find
Another reason to be sure
Nothing's mending anymoreI'm gonna leave you now
Even when I don't know how
I'm ever gonna look away
From your precious face
You made the day begin
You were a breath of spring
Giving me everything
But a place to stayThe one I want is sitting here
Considering which way to steer
Now you say it's mine to choose
Which hand you would hate more to lose
Every day you change your mind
And every minute draw a different line
You leave me numb I let my feet decide
And they're moving like they think that II'm gonna leave you now
Even when I don't know how
I'm ever gonna look away
From your precious face
You were the morning light
You were the fireside
You make it almost like
A place to stay ml

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Alison Moyet (born Geneviève Alison Jane Moyet on 18 June 1961 - Billericay, Essex, England), is an English pop singer-songwriter noted for her bluesy voice. Moyet was born to a French father and English mother. She grew up in Basildon, where she attended school. After leaving school at 16, she worked as a shop worker and a piano tuner. She was involved in a number of punk rock, pub rock and blues bands in the South East Essex area during the late 1970s and early 1980s, including The Vandals and the Screamin' Ab Dabs, The Vicars, The Vandals (UK 1978) and The Little Roosters.

Read more about Alison Moyet on Last.fm.

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