Youngblood

  • I know it's time for me to go
    When the sun is sitting low
    In the sky tonight
    The stars are putting on a show
    We're the audience they chose
    To hold the light

    I'm feeling so good, so incredible
    Some sort of chemical is spreading thick around my brain
    I've got the sun and I won't let it go
    It burns a fire in my veins

    Let's get out tonight
    You've got the fire, I've got the fight
    Whoa, in my young blood
    Let's light up the dark,
    You've got the fuel, I've got the spark
    Whoa, in my young blood

    Our RPMs are in the red,
    Driving closer to the edge
    Up on Flagstaff road
    I still remember what you said:
    "Are you living? Are you dead?"
    You better let me know

    Put on display just like a cinema
    Standing naked on the stage
    And I'm unashamed
    It's so easy to be cynical
    Let's turn around and start again

    Let's get out tonight
    You've got the fire, I've got the fight
    Whoa, in my young blood
    Let's light up the dark,
    You've got the fuel, I've got the spark
    Whoa, in my young blood

    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh

    It runs in my blood, and in your blood,
    It's one and the same
    It burns in my blood, and in your blood,
    We carry the flame
    It runs in my blood, and in your blood
    It's one and the same
    It runs in my blood
    In my young blood

    Let's get out tonight
    You've got the fire, I've got the fight
    Whoa, in my young blood
    Let's light up the dark,
    You've got the fuel, I've got the spark
    Whoa, in my young blood

    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh Writer/s: GREGORY KURSTIN, NATHANIEL MOTTE, SEAN FOREMAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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