Aurora

Album: Rest Inside the Flames (2006)
  • Are you comfortable with the skin you're in?
    Are you screaming loud enough to be important?
    Are you following the path that you thought you would or wouldn't?

    And you backed it all along
    When you're pulling from what's inside, it's honest there
    It took all these nights alone, alone we are

    Aurora, don't leave me yet
    Aurora, don't leave me yet
    Your lipstick-stained life is arriving
    (It does arrive, fly)

    So at ease with the night that we drove along
    From the top of the hill where we don't go
    And the stop where we claim our life, our place forever

    And we dreamt it all along
    From the nights when the light stayed alive, we shared
    It took all these nights alone, alone we are

    Aurora, don't leave me yet
    Aurora, don't leave me yet
    Your lipstick-stained life is arriving
    (It does arrive, fly)
    Your lipstick-stained life is arriving
    (It does arrive, fly)

    In hope I speak your name for closure
    By a thread we'll hang to never give in

    Aurora, don't leave me yet
    Aurora, don't leave me yet
    Your lipstick-stained life is arriving
    Your lipstick-stained life is arriving
    (Tonight may be the last night in these shoes) Writer/s: BROCK NICHOLAS LINDOW, STEVEN MATTHEW HOLT, THOMAS DANIEL NOONAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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