Album: So Long, See You Tomorrow (2014)
  • I will bathe myself
    Then I'll wear you for the night
    Colors fading, frayed at the sides

    (You're changing in the light)
    Oh why is your face so pale and white?

    There's a lot of words to come out
    Just waiting for the perfect hideout
    Down when the walls started shaking
    I'm ready for you to find out
    Ah-ooo-ooo
    To find out
    Ah-ooo-ooo

    Now that the night has fled
    Just like everything I said
    When the moon was out instead

    (Now the sun glows soft and red)
    You burn through my mind, again and again, again
    And again and again

    There's a lot of words to come out
    Just waiting for the perfect hideout
    Down when the walls started shaking
    I'm ready for you to find out
    Ah-ooo-ooo
    To find out
    Ah-ooo-ooo

    There's a lot of words to come out
    Just waiting for the perfect hideout
    Down when the walls started shaking
    I'm ready for you to find out
    Ah-ooo-ooo
    To find out
    Ah-ooo-ooo Writer/s: JACK WILLIAM THOMAS STEADMAN
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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