Death Stranding

Album: Death Stranding: Timefall (2019)
  • Let's make a toast to the damned
    Waitin' for tomorrow
    When we're played out by the band
    Drowning out our sorrows
    What will become of us now at the end of time?
    We'll be fine, you and I
    Let's draw a line in the sand
    Keep it straight and narrow
    We had it all in our hands
    We begged and then we borrowed
    What will become of us all at the end of love
    When we've stopped looking up?

    You can take my heart
    And hold it together as we fall apart
    Maybe together, we can make a mark in the stars, we embark
    And keep us together as the lights go dark

    Let's tell the truth, just for once
    Asking for an answer
    Now that it's all said and done
    Nothing really matters
    What will become of us all if we dare to dream
    At the end of the scene?

    You can take my heart
    Hold it together as we fall apart
    Maybe together, we can make a mark in the stars, we embark
    And keep us together as the lights go dark

    Let's open up to the sky
    Askin' it for closure
    'Least we can say that we tried
    But it's never really over
    What will become of us all at the end of the line?
    Will we live? Will we die?

    You can take my heart
    And hold it together as we fall apart
    Maybe together, we can make a mark in the stars, we embark
    And keep us together as the lights go dark
    And you can take my heart
    And hold it together as we fall apart
    Maybe together, we can make a mark in the stars, we embark
    And keep us together as the lights go dark 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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