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Never could Believe Lyrics

"Never could Believe" was written by Millar, Christopher John / Shaw, Alan Lee.
"Never could Believe" was written by Millar, Christopher John / Shaw, Alan Lee.

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And when you're walking in your sleep
Think about the people you might meet
You will find that this time around
It's just another dream
Search your mind, and you might find
It's way out of reach

And when you think it's not so far
I know you believe it
You wipe away just what you are
It's you you're deceiving
I never could believe your eyes

And when the dream turns into day
You're lost, you're gone, you're far away
You will find that this time around
It's just another dream
Search your mind and you might find
It's way out of reach

And when you think it's not so far
I know you believe it
You wipe away just what you are
It's you you're deceiving
I never could believe your eyes

When you wake up in a nightmare
All the pictures that you see
Are all coming from inside you
Never believe, never believe

And when you're walking in your sleep
Think about the people you might meet
You will that this time around
It's just another dream
Search your mind, and you might find
It's way out of reach

And when you think it's not so far
You wipe away just what you are
It's you you're deceiving
On, and on, and on
I never could believe your eyes
I never could believe your eyes
I never could believe your eyes

Songwriters
MILLAR, CHRISTOPHER JOHN / SHAW, ALAN LEE

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Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, ANGLO-ROCK, INC.

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