Outlaws of Love

Album: Trespassing (2011)
  • Oh, nowhere left to go
    Are we getting closer? Closer?
    No, all we know is "No"
    Nights are getting colder, colder

    Hey, tears all fall the same
    We all feel the rain
    We can't change
    Everywhere we go we're looking for the sun
    Nowhere to grow old, we're always on the run
    They say we'll rot in Hell, but I don't think we will
    They've branded us enough outlaws of love.

    Scars make us who we are
    Hearts and homes are broken, broken
    Far, we could go so far
    With our minds wide open, open

    Hey, tears all fall the same
    We all feel the rain
    We can't change
    Everywhere we go we're looking for the sun
    Nowhere to grow old, we're always on the run
    They say we'll rot in Hell, but I don't think we will
    They've branded us enough outlaws of love.

    Everywhere we go we're looking for the sun
    Nowhere to grow old, we're always on the run
    They say we'll rot in Hell, but I don't think we will
    They've branded us enough outlaws of love.
    Outlaws of love
    Outlaws of love
    Outlaws of love
    Outlaws of love Writer/s: RUNE WESTBERG, BC JEAN, ADAM LAMBERT
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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