30.8.13

London Grammar-Wasting My Young Years


Today's entry can't be any other than "London Grammar". The trio from England is a mix of Daughter and Florence + The Machine with classical, ethereal vocals by Hannah Reid, the lead singer and writer of songs! Their songs have something from fairytale and dark horror films. Questions like "Maybe I'm wasting my young years?" can put you into deep deep thoughts about your life, about your past and future... Here you can see the mysterious music video of "Wasting My Young Years" and read the lyrics.



 London Grammar-Wasting My Young Years

You crossed this line
Do you find it hard to sit with me tonight?
I've walked these miles but I've walked 'em straight lined
You'll never know what was like to be fine

I'm wasting my young years
It doesn't matter
I'm chasing old ideas
It doesn't matter

Maybe…
We are
We are
Maybe I'm wasting my young years
Maybe…
We are
We are
Maybe I'm wasting my young years



Don't you know that it's only fear
I wouldn't worry, you have all your life
I've heard it takes some time to get it right

I'm wasting my young years
It doesn't matter
I'm chasing old ideas
It doesn't matter

Maybe…
We are
We are
Maybe I'm wasting my young years
Maybe…
We are
We are
Maybe I'm wasting my young years

I don't know what you are
Don't leave me hanging on
Don't know what you are
Don't leave me hanging on

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