Silhouettes

Album: single release only (2012)
Charted: 22
  • Press play, fast forward
    Non stop we have the beaten path before us
    It was all there, in plain sight
    Come on people, we have all seen the sunshine
    We will never get back to
    To the old school
    To the old rounds, it's all about the newfound
    We are the newborn, the world'll know all about us
    (We are the future and we're here to stay)

    We've come a long way since that day
    And we will never look back, at the fading silhouette
    We've come a long way since that day
    And we will never look back, look back at the fading silhouette

    Straight ahead on the path we have before us
    Day by day, soon the change will come
    Don't you know we took a big step forward
    Just lead the way and we pull the trigger

    And we will never get back to
    To the old school
    To the old grounds, it's all about the newfound
    We are the newborn, the world knew all about us
    (We are the future and we're here to stay)

    We've come a long way since that day
    And we will never look back at the fading silhouette
    We've come a long way since that day

    We've come a long way since that day
    And we will never look back at the fading silhouette
    We've come a long way since that day
    And we will never look back, look back at the fading silhouette Writer/s: Salem Al Fakir, Tim Bergling
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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