Jamie Cullum Lyrics


"The Age Of Anxiety"

I just wanna live inside sometimes
Don’t wanna have to beg you to subscribe
Are you a man before your father dies
«But what’s a man these days?» I hear you cry
Now we’re raising up our children right
Is my career going to reignite
See all the virtue signalers tonight
I want that bandwagon to pass me by

Well I’ve been scratching around in the dark
Looking for meaning in the cold, cold earth
So gather here what’s left of your self worth
‘Cause only love is what survives of us

‘Cause I hold onto you
And you hold onto me
A tiny victory
In the age of anxiety

Do those kids know that I was somebody?
And I’ve kept all my texts from Amy
My mother was one of those bodies
Another stranger off the ferry
I wanna put my hands up in the air
And raise my phone up like I just don’t care
An outrage, blow me down the White House stairs
Did I waste my time on all that prayer

No I won’t be your apparatchik
And be the kind that’s blind to all this magic
So here comes your European exit
With asylum seekers in your attic

So I hold onto you
And you hold onto me
A tiny victory
In the age of anxiety

Today I do not feel like being strong
And don’t wanna admit to the world I’m wrong
Don’t make me feel that I have to belong
I hope the band won’t make me sing along

‘Cause I hold onto you
And you hold onto me
A tiny victory
In the age of anxiety
A shining victory
In the age of anxiety

I hope the band won’t make me sing along
I hope the band won’t make me sing along

The age of anxiety

I hope the band
I hope the band
I hope the band
I hope the band
I hope the band won’t make me
I hope the band won’t make me
I hope the band won’t make me

Only love survives of us
Only love survives of us
Only love survives of us
Only love survives of us

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Album "Taller" (2019)
 

 
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