Blackout

Album: Anna Calvi (2011)
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  • Cursed like a flame
    Cause the very last light is gone
    I feel something coming as the morning down the hall

    Voices darkness is coming from my soul
    Should I fear you or should I just let go?

    Oh, blackout, I gotta know where you're from
    what are you trying to tell me I don't know
    oh, blackout, now this glow has come you're in the dark
    I could be anyone,
    Time stand still but I feel you by my side
    But even this moment is running out of time

    Blackout, I've gotta know where you're from
    what are you trying to tell me I don't know
    oh, blackout, now this glow has come you're in the dark
    I could be anyone,
    oh, blackout, now this glow has come
    what are you trying to tell me I don't know
    oh, blackout I won't tell where you're from cause you're in the dark
    I could be anyone, don't leave, don't leave me. Writer/s: ANNA MARGARET MICHELLE CALVI
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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