Jack Garratt – Weathered | Mahogany Session

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When I grow old I’ll drink and smoke Like I did when youth stayed, youth stayed Until the second round When I grow old The sun will cope Shine on every youth stain, youth stain Never settling down And no wonder I keep you close You’re the water To quench my throat And if I never Let you go Will you keep me young Keep Me young When I grow old My weathered soul And memories recluse, elusive Help me take them out So keep me young And call my bluffs And help me out when you say, you say There’s no room for doubt Say I’m stronger And keep me close And be the water And quench my throat And if I never Let you go Will you keep me young Keep Me young Oh When my heart stops beating And my blood turns cold And oh When my heart stops beating And my breath won’t flow And oh When my heart stops beating When you go, I’ll know, I’m old Oh When my heart stops beating And my blood turns cold And oh When my heart stops beating And my breath won’t flow And oh When my heart stops beating When you go, I’ll know, I’m When I grow old, I’ll drink and smoke But just as long as you stay You stay I found a way out

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