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Edward Sol* - How Can I Sleep With These Voices In My Head? (Cassette)

9 thoughts on “ Edward Sol* - How Can I Sleep With These Voices In My Head? (Cassette) ”

  1. No, it isn't. And if you had been living with this for a long time, you probably wouldn't be asking this question. Or perhaps you are asking this for someone else. I have however experienced this - many, many years ago, probably close to 30 year.
  2. Jun 13,  · I turn off the light, jump into bed and rest my head on the pillow. Boom, these annoying voices start chattering away: Am I the only one who hears these voices? Stretch. Deep, slow .
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  4. Listen to How Can I Sleep with Your Voice in My Head by a-ha on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  5. I've been a fan of A-ha for more than 5 years now and this live album had been on my wish list for a few years until I finally purchased it very recently. How can I sleep with your voice in my head - a lyric taken from the album's song The swing of things (which does feature on this album) is a completely live album released March /5(62).
  6. Dec 17,  · Voices In My Head Lyrics: Every night I lay awake with these voices in my head / I give and give, they always take they're pulling at the thread / But I just keep thinking / (I'm finished, I'm.
  7. Anyways onto the review. How Can I Sleep Without Your Voice in My Head (Thanks for the wordy as fuck title guys) is a live album made by A-Ha, a synthpop band most famous for Take on Me, which is most likely my least favorite thing to come from them. These guys can write a good lyric but good god, ToM is NOT a song I'd use as an example.
  8. Sep 02,  · Q: Hearing voices in your head, especially during near-sleep or near-waking moments (sometimes called “hypnogogic” states), need not necessarily be cause for alarm. Certain medications have been known to produce side effects that include auditory hallucinations, and certain intense emotional experiences and/or traumatic events can also.

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