Light The Way

Album: Black Swan (2009)
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  • I was lost oh no
    And my heart beat with the stereo
    As the sun rose in your eyes
    You shot a look that killed me

    Can you work it out for yourself?
    I couldn't work it out for myself

    Keep it coming and I'll light the way home
    Keep it coming and I'll light the way home
    I'll be there to take your hurt
    Even if I come off worse
    Keep it coming and I'll light the way home
    Keep it coming and I'll light the way home
    I'll be there to take your hurt
    Even if I come off worse

    I was lost for words
    Lost inside your dream world

    Can you work it out for yourself?
    I couldn't work it out for myself oh no

    Keep it coming and I'll light the way home
    Keep it coming and I'll light the way home
    I'll be there to take your hurt
    Even if I come off worse
    Keep it coming and I'll light the way home
    Keep it coming and I'll light the way home
    I'll be there to take your hurt
    Even if I come off worse

    Keep it coming and I'll light the way home
    Keep it coming and I'll light the way home
    I'll be there to take your hurt
    Even if I come off worse
    Keep it coming and I'll light the way home
    Keep it coming and I'll light the way home
    I'll be there to take your hurt
    Even if I come off worse Writer/s: CAREY SUTHON WILLETTS, JOEL LASLETT POTT, STEVEN ALEXANDER ROBERTS, TIMOTHY JOHN WANSTALL
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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