• Lisa Loeb

    Do You Sleep

    Do you eat, sleep, do you breathe me anymore?
    Do you sleep, do you count sheep anymore?
    Do you sleep anymore?
    Do you take plight on my tongue like lead?
    Do you fall gracefully into bed anymore?

    I saw you as you walked across my room
    You looked out the window, you looked at the moon
    And you sat on the corner of my bed
    And you smoked with the ghost in the back of my head

    Now I don’t know, and I don’t care if I ever will see you again
    I don’t know and I don’t care if I ever will be there

    Do you eat, sleep, do you breathe me anymore?
    Do you sleep, do you keep me anymore?

    You kick my foot under the table, I kick you back
    I can’t say I’m able to stand for you or fall for you ever again
    Wish for a perfect setting
    Wishing that I am letting you take me where you want me all over again?
    You can’t give yourself, absolutely to someone else

    And I don’t know, and I don’t care if I ever will see you again
    I don’t know, and I don’t care if I ever will be there

    I saw you as you walked across my room
    You looked out the window, you looked at the moon
    And you sat on the corner of my bed
    And you smoked with the ghost in the back of my head

    Do you eat, sleep, do you breathe me anymore?
    Do you sleep, do you count sheep anymore?
    Do you sleep anymore?

    I don’t know, and I don’t care if I ever will be there
    Will be there