All Goes Wrong

Album: Tribe (2016)
Charted: 65
  • Would you take a bullet?
    Would you bite the gun?
    I fall onto my knees and yes, the war's already won

    So please don't take me for no fool
    Spend a lifetime in your shoes
    Now I'm walking
    Yes, I'm walking

    Through the fire I'll keep burning on
    Will I hold myself together
    When it all goes wrong?
    The fires, they keep burning on
    Will I hold myself together?

    When it all goes wrong?
    When it all goes wrong?
    When it all goes wrong, I'll take my time, I'll keep on holding on
    When it all goes wrong?
    When it all goes wrong?
    When it all goes wrong, I'll pull myself together, keep on holding on

    Gloves off, we're finished
    You bite the hand that feeds
    And nurse your battle scars
    But you leave my heart to bleed

    So please don't take me for no fool
    I spent a lifetime in your shoes
    Now I'm walking, now I'm walking
    Through the fire I'll keep burning on
    Will I hold myself together

    When it all goes wrong?
    When it all goes wrong?
    When it all goes wrong, I'll take my time, I'll keep on holding on
    When it all goes wrong?
    When it all goes wrong?
    When it all goes wrong, I'll pull myself together, keep on holding on

    Just like I take my feints
    You keep playing the same old games
    But remember
    But remember, oh no

    Through dark nights
    We burn bright, till the sunset, till the sunset
    Through dark nights
    We burn bright, till the sunset, till the sunset
    Through dark nights
    We burn bright, till the sunset, till the sunset
    When it all goes wrong? (through dark night, we burn bright)
    When it all goes wrong? (till the sunset, till the sunset)
    When it all goes wrong, I'll take my time, I'll keep on holding on
    When it all goes wrong? (through dark nights, we burn bright)
    When it all goes wrong? (till the sunset, till the sunset)
    When it all goes wrong, I'll pull myself together, keep on holding on Writer/s: Saul Gregory Milton, William Frederick Kennard, Kieron McIntosh, Thomas Grennan, Nathaniel Jameel Ledwidge, Arrow Benjamin
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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