Skylight

Album: Opposites (2013)
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  • I don't know where we're going from here
    But it's time to sing the saddest song
    Looking alive with a broken mind,
    Why don't you ever take my side

    We can dream of all the mistakes that we've made
    There's no reason, there's nothing left to take away

    I now know where we're going from here
    And it's time to sing a happy song
    Feeling alive with a throbbing mind,
    You're never gonna break my stand

    We can dream of all the mistakes that we've made
    There's no reason, we can't start at the end

    We're users but at least we use each other friend
    We'll choose our path and face the consequence

    Some say love, I say fight
    I hope I'm not wrong
    A restless soul, a wicked mind
    I'd rather kiss the ground than kiss a starless sky Writer/s: SIMON ALEXANDER NEIL
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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