Breathe Underwater (Slow)

- Placebo
Released: 2016 Genres: Rock
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Lyric "Breathe Underwater (Slow)"

Here comes another fall from grace
I'm always falling on my face, oh
This attitude that I embrace
For the love I'm trying to replace, oh

I try to kill the song
'Cos the melody's all wrong
And there's a fever coming on
I try to kill the song
'Cos the melody's all wrong
And there's a fever coming on

And I can breathe underwater
But I'm coming up for air
I wanna see another dawn
I can breathe underwater
But I'm coming up for air
I've been floating here too long

Take my ego for a ride
'Cos there's no one by my side, oh yeah
It's getting hard to justify
It won't be long til I collide, oh yeah

My weaknesses laid bare
As people stop and stare
But it's the last time I swear
My weaknesses laid bare
As people stop and stare
But it's the last time I swear

And I can breathe underwater
But I'm coming up for air
I wanna see another dawn
And I can breathe underwater
But I'm coming up for air
I've been floating here too long

(Start breathing)
(Start breathing)
(Start breathing)
(Start breathing)

It's time to reconcile what I've become (Start breathing, start breathing)
With the wounded child hiding deep inside (Start breathing, start breathing)
It's time to reconcile what I've become (Start breathing, start breathing)
With the wounded child hiding deep inside (Start breathing, start breathing)
It's time to reconcile what I've become (Start breathing, start breathing)
With the wounded child hiding deep inside (Start breathing, start breathing)
It's time to reconcile what I've become (Start breathing, start breathing)
With the wounded child hiding deep inside (Start breathing, start breathing)

(Start breathing, start breathing)
(Start breathing, start breathing)
(Start breathing, start breathing)
(Start breathing, start breathing)

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Placebo

Placebo

Placebo are an English alternative rock band, formed in London in 1994 by singer-guitarist Brian Molko and guitarist-bassist Stefan Olsdal. The band were soon joined by drummer Robert Schultzberg, who was replaced in 1996 by Steve Hewitt. Hewitt parted ways with the band in 2007 due to personal and musical differences and was replaced the following year by Steve Forrest, who left the band in 2015 to pursue his own musical career