Clearest Blue

Album: Every Open Eye (2015)
  • Light, it's all over us
    Like it always was
    Like it always was

    Shape by the clearest blue
    But it's not enough
    It's not enough, not enough

    Just another time we're caught inside
    Every open eye
    Holding on tightly to the sides
    Never quite learning why
    You'll meet me, you'll meet me
    You'll meet me halfway

    Whenever I feel it coming on
    You can be well aware
    If ever I try to push you away
    You can just keep me there
    So please say you'll meet me
    Meet me halfway

    Tied to the shifting ground
    Like I always was
    Like I always was

    You, were the perfect star
    But it's not enough, it's not enough
    Not enough, not enough

    Just another time that I go down
    But you were keeping up
    Holding to a hope you undermined
    Never to be reversed

    Just another time we're caught inside
    Every open eye
    Holding on tightly to the sides
    Never quite learning why

    Whenever I feel it coming on
    You can be well aware
    If ever I try to push you away
    You can just keep me tell me

    Tell me tell me, you'll meet me
    Tell me tell me, you'll keep me
    Tell me tell me, you'll meet me
    Will you meet me more than halfway

    Shape by the clearest blue
    Shape by the clearest blue
    Shape by the clearest blue (will you meet me more than halfway)
    Shape by the clearest blue (will you meet me more than halfway) Writer/s: IAIN ANDREW COOK, LAUREN EVE MAYBERRY, MARTIN CLIFFORD DOHERTY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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