Only Human

Album: Only Human (2014)
Charted: 70
  • I've been holding out for some silver in the clouds
    It just gets dark, it just gets hard to see
    Well you told me go for broke
    You go first, I'll hold the rope
    And make your way down to solid ground with me

    You are the universe
    You see it 'til you feel it hurt
    Only energy
    Stressing over what we're worth
    It's only love
    It's only dust
    Making up the two of us
    And we all fall down
    You're only human
    You're only human

    When your words stuck in your throat
    Find a love through a telescope
    Yeah the view below
    It gives me vertigo
    So just keep your fingers crossed
    Sign your love, can't sing your lost
    Until you love so loud, if you listen you,
    You hear it shout

    You are the universe
    You see it 'til you feel it hurt
    It's only energy
    Stressing over what we're worth
    It's only love
    It's only dust
    Making up the two of us
    And we all fall down
    You're only human
    You're only human

    I get out of the boxes I'm living in
    I get out of this sin that I'm swimming in
    Break it down, spit it out
    Won't drown, won't track me down
    I get out of the boxes I'm living in
    I get out of this sin that I'm swimming in
    Break it down, spit it out
    Don't burn it, the color burst

    You are the universe
    You see it 'til you feel it hurt
    It's only energy
    Stressing over what we're worth
    It's only love
    It's only dust
    Making up the two of us
    And we all fall down
    You're only human
    You're only human
    You're only human, ooh
    You're only human, oh no
    You're only human Writer/s: CASS LOWE, JO PERRY, MATT SHWARTZ
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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