Make Them Gold

Album: Every Open Eye (2015)
  • Can you tell me what to have
    And what to hold
    If you never take the way
    On your own

    No one tells us what is hard
    And what is fair
    We will deliver once we know
    Where to fall

    We are made up of our mistakes
    We are falling but not alone
    We will take the best parts of ourselves
    And make them gold

    We are made of the smallest stars
    We are breathing and letting go
    We will take the best parts of ourselves
    And make them gold

    Can you steady all the hands
    That you hold
    If you never look away
    From the drum

    If you push yourself then I
    Will pull you up
    And we will deliver once we know
    Where to fall

    We are made up of our mistakes
    We are falling but not alone
    We will take the best parts of ourselves
    And make them gold

    We are made of the smallest stars
    We are breathing and letting go
    We will take the best parts of ourselves
    And make them gold

    I will wait to see if you come at all
    To stop us falling out of phase
    Let's see if we can keep
    Track of losing days

    You'd smile so wide i can see the stars
    To stop us falling out of phase
    I will be with you in the fray
    With those second thoughts

    You asked for all you asked for

    We are made up of our mistakes
    We are falling but not alone
    We will take the best parts of ourselves
    And make them gold

    We are made of the smallest stars
    We are breathing and letting go
    We will take the best parts of ourselves
    And make them gold

    And make them gold 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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