You're No God

You're No God

Laura Marling

Mom thinks that you're sad
And that you're living alone
And your friends think if you're sad
You should call them more

But the truth is that you never needed someone
To comfort you
Oh, you've never needed someone
To comfort you

You're no god, you're no god

And you will never leave this place
And you will always feel alone
And you will never feel quite clean
In this new skin that you have grown
Until your old and broken bones
Are laid into their resting place
Just like the rest of human race

?Til I fall into my place
Just like the rest of human race
Until I'm laid into my final resting place
Just like the rest of human race
Who've done it without complaining all the way

You're no god, you're no god

As long as you promise
That you will never leave
I need only worry about you and me

We will never leave this place
We need never feel alone
We will learn to feel quite clean
In this new skin that we have grown
Because our young and healthy bones
Would never lead us astray

We will learn to feel quite clean
In this new skin that we have
We will learn to feel quite clean
In this new skin that we have

We will learn to feel quite clean
In this new skin that we have grown
Because our young and healthy bones
Would never lead us astray

Written by LAURA BEATRICE MARLING
Published by CHRYSALIS MUSIC GROUP

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