„I'm out of sight, I'm out of mind
I'll do it all for you in time
And out of all these things I've done I think I love you better now.“

—  Эд Ширан, Song lyrics, + (2011), Lego House, written with Jake Gosling and Chris Leonard.
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английский автор-исполнитель 1991
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