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paroles losing my religion

Paroles Losing My Religion R.E.M.

Paroles de Losing My Religion Oh life is bigger It''s bigger than you And you are not me

R.E.M Losing My Religion Lyrics & traduction

La traduction de Losing My Religion de R.E.M est disponible en bas de page juste après les paroles originales Oh life, it''s bigger It''s bigger than you And you are not me

Losing My Religion Paroles – RYAN STAR – GreatSong

Losing my religion Trying to keep up, you And I don''t know if I can do it Oh no, I''ve said too much I haven''t said enough I thought that I heard you laughing I thought that I heard you sing I think I thought I saw you try Every whisper Of every waking hour I''m Choosing my confessions Trying to keep eye on you Like a hurt lost and blinded fool

Paroles et traduction REM : Losing My Religion paroles

C’est a, Losing my Religion, a a été trop loin, tu n’y crois plus, tu as été poussé dans tes derniers retranchements... Bon, maintenant, il y en a qui croient toujours que a parle de religion, alors que c’est juste une chanson d’amour

R.E.M. Paroles de Losing My Religion FR

Oh, life is bigger. It''s bigger than you and you are not me. The lengths that I will go to the distance in your eyes. Oh no, I''ve said too much, I set it up. [PreChorus] That''s me in the corner, that''s me in the spotlight. Losing my religion. Trying to keep up with you and I don''t know if I can do it. Oh no, I''ve said too much, I haven''t said

Paroles Losing My Religion par Sylver Paroles.net (lyrics)

Paroles de la chanson Losing My Religion par Sylver That''s me in the corner That''s me in the spotlight

LOSING MY RELIGION CHORDS (ver 2) by R.E.M. @

[Intro] F Dm G Am Am/B Am/C Am/D Am F Dm G Am G [Verse 1] Am Em Oh, life is bigger It''s bigger than you Am And you are not me. Em The lengths that I will go to, Am Em The distance in your

Losing My Religion : l''incroyable confession cachée dans

Losing My Religion : l’incroyable confession cachée dans la chanson de R.E.M ! Une chanson de près de 5 minutes, sans refrain, une mandoline, des paroles opaques, un titre ambigu et un groupe indie, a priori zéro chance de faire un hit planétaire. C’est pourtant ce qui est arrivé à REM en 1991 avec Losing My Religion

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