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Oglesby, Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air: Retrieved August 25, The Rolling Stones Some Girls: Live in Texas '78 Sweet Summer Sun: Nothing's right, if you ain't here I give all that I have just to keep you near I wrote you a letter darlin', trying to make it clear How much you just don't believe that I'm sincere. Thinking about you baby, I want you near me. Live With Me Massive Attack.
I've been thinking about you baby By the light of dawn, and in my blues Day and night, I been missing you I've been thinking about you baby, Almost makes me crazy, Come and live with me Either way, win or lose, When you're born into trouble you live the blues I've been thinking about you baby See it almost makes me crazy child Nothing's right if you ain't here I'd give all that I have just to, keep you near I wrote you a letter and tried to make it clear That you just don't believe that, I'm sincere. I've been thinking about you baby It's clear the band have lost none of their distinctive edge The video features a young woman played by Kirsty Shepheard drinking heavily, to the point of excess.
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The video was directed by Jonathan Glazer. It features a young mid twenties professional-looking woman drinking herself into oblivion on her own in her flat. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Massive Attack song.
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For the Rolling Stones song, see Live with Me.