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Don't Wanna Live Inside Myself is a song interpreted by Bee Gees, released on the album Trafalgar in 1971.

Don't Wanna Live Inside Myself lyrics

I am the searcher of my fortunes
I've got my right hand on the wheel
We've got to dig the buried treasures
I know, exactly how I feel

Don't want to live inside myself
I'm much better off alone
But then you must believe
In the falling rain

Don't wanna live inside myself
Don't wanna live inside myself
Don't wanna live inside myself

I went walking through a graveyard
Where the darkness is my friend
I heard all about the beginning
I wanna see just where it ends

Don't want to live inside myself
I'm much better off alone
But then you must believe
In the falling rain

Don't wanna live inside myself
Don't wanna live inside myself
Don't wanna live inside myself

I have fed the jaded tiger
And every tiger knows my name
But just as long, as long as I can see my face
I can tell myself my name

Don't want to live inside myself
I'm much better off alone
But then you must believe
In the falling rain

Don't wanna live inside myself
Don't wanna live inside myself
Don't wanna live inside myself

Don't wanna live inside myself
Don't wanna live inside myself
Don't wanna live inside myself

Don't wanna live inside myself
Don't wanna live inside myself
Don't wanna live inside myself
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