Hide And Seek
Imogen Heap Lyrics


Where are we?
What the hell is going on?
The dust has only just begun to form
Crop circles in the carpet
Sinking, feeling
Spin me around again
And rub my eyes
This can't be happening
When busy streets
A mess with people
Would stop to hold their heads heavy

Hide and seek
Trains and sewing machines
All those years
They were here first
Oily marks appear on walls
Where pleasure moments hung before
The takeover
The sweeping insensitivity of this
Still life
Hide and seek
Trains and sewing machines

(You won't catch me around here)
Blood and tears
They were here first
Mm, what'd you say?
Mm, that you only meant well
Well of course you did
Mm, what'd you say?
Mm, that it's all for the best
Of course it is
Mm, what'd you say?
Mm, that it's just what we need
You decided this
Mm, what'd you say?
Mm, what did she say?

Ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
Mid-sweet talk, newspaper word cutouts
Speak no feeling, no, I don't believe you
You don't care a bit, you don't care a bit
Ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
Mid-sweet talk, newspaper word cutouts
Speak no feeling, no, I don't believe you
You don't care a bit, you don't care a bit

(You don't care a bit)
Oh, no, you don't care a bit
Oh, no, you don't care a bit
Uh-uh, you don't care a bit
You don't care a bit
You don't care a bit

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Written by: IMOGEN JENNIFER HEAP

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Where are we?
What the hell is going on?
The dust has only just begun to form
Crop circles in the carpet
Sinking, feeling
Spin me around again
And rub my eyes
This can't be happening
When busy streets
A mess with people
Would stop to hold their heads heavy

Hide and seek
Trains and sewing machines
All those years
They were here first
Oily marks appear on walls
Where pleasure moments hung before
The takeover
The sweeping insensitivity of this
Still life
Hide and seek
Trains and sewing machines

Blood and tears
They were here first
2:52
Mm, what'd you say?
Mm, that you only meant well
Well of course you did
Mm, what'd you say?
Mm, that it's all for the best
Of course it is
Mm, what'd you say?
Mm, that it's just what we need
You decided this
Mm, what'd you say?
Mm, what did she say?

Ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
Mid-sweet talk, newspaper word cutouts
Speak no feeling, no, I don't believe you
You don't care a bit, you don't care a bit
Ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
Mid-sweet talk, newspaper word cutouts
Speak no feeling, no, I don't believe you
You don't care a bit, you don't care a bit

Oh, no, you don't care a bit
Oh, no, you don't care a bit
Uh-uh, you don't care a bit
You don't care a bit
You don't care a bit



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"Dust has only just begun to fall." - The arguments only seemed to just end
"Crop circles in the carpet" - Furniture is missing leaving imprints of where they used to sit on the carpet.

"Oily marks appear on walls
Where pleasure moments hung before" - Pictures taken off of the walls, leaving behind the light spot where they used to be.

"Ransom notes keep falling out your mouth
Mid-sweet talk, newspaper word cut-outs" - Custody struggles, using the child stuck between divorcee parents to get at each other. Superficial and fake conversations and acts

There's so much art in this song.



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FlowerFactory

If this woman never did anything else in her life than create this song, she's earned her wings.

Kritical Kayd

@Roo what did he say

Jessica Charnley

agreed! listen to
"bad body double," by her also if you haven't already. <3

BlackLodgeCooper

The video director however...

Shawn Tufford

@Glitchxed Fix lmfao the internet never fails to surprise these days

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Vincent Haddad

Man, 2:52-3:22 is both ahead of its time and timeless. What a composition.

Mark Campbell

@Michael Szafarski You're clearly not a music enthusiast

Mark Campbell

@Michael Szafarski She's also using all 5 octaves while doing this and not many singers are capable of using all 5 octaves. So yes, it's still very impressive.

The way back

@Pooh Rybin and I have to admit: my comment towards you was also insensitive. Sorry dude. It was uncalled for.

Pooh Rybin

@The way back mad?

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