Breathe, It's Over

  • How did he make the
    Waves crash over?

    Care so much
    Is there anybody here?

    So I poked my head out
    Through the wounded stormy night
    Now I leave my door open
    Crushed salt and I've gotta learn
    To take flight.

    Breathe in

    Sway
    We sway
    Grabbed her by the hips and hand
    Then off we went
    Across the sanded floor
    She said "that's not sand, it's salt
    It will get worn like we did before"

    I only wanna dance with you
    Every time I try
    We only get an hour or so
    It's time to get personal
    We've got these times of our lives
    Lets take this time to let it show
    These are ours.

    These are ours

    We sway
    The moon shines down
    And everybody's safe.
    Christmas lights all day
    And rightly so
    We feel high as fuck
    And everything is good
    Good to go

    I watch the snow fall down
    Feels great to be honest
    Forget about the trouble
    Forget about the drama
    Cause I ain't Casanova
    Baby I can dance for days
    This time with you
    Is just amazing in so many ways

    I only wanna dance with you
    Every time I try
    We only get an hour or so
    It's time to get personal
    We've got these times of our lives
    Lets take this time to let it show
    These are ours.

    These are ours

    We'll stay until we want to
    That's how it use to be
    We never fell apart
    We stay here until we want to
    Now we just sway

    Come on
    Dance with me

    These,
    These are ours
    These,
    These are ours

    We sway Writer/s: Justin S Furstenfeld, Matt Noveskey
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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