Warning Call

Album: Single release only (2016)
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  • I hear it
    Echoing of every place that we've called our home
    And I don't talk
    Of any time I ever believed in the unknown
    I need it
    So I hold on to every mistake that I made alone
    And I don't lie
    When I say that we will never return to closing doors

    Sleep tight in a new light
    Through another warning call
    Look down on the cold ground
    No one try to break the fall

    I feel it
    Moving in an another direction we call our own
    And I won't chase
    Anyone who ever believed in what they stole
    I need it
    So I hold on to every piece of mine that I chose
    And I don't lie
    When I say that we will never return to closing doors

    Sleep tight in a new light
    Through another warning call
    Look down on the cold ground
    No one try to break the fall

    Say you'll remember
    To keep it all inside
    You can run for the skyline
    Your eyes open wide
    Say you'll remember
    To keep it all inside
    You can run for the skyline
    Your eyes open wide

    (It's a memory)
    (It's a memory)
    Don't look away (it's a memory)
    'Cause when we see it we are closer (it's a memory)
    Don't look away (it's a memory)
    'Cause when we see it we are near (it's a memory)

    Say you'll remember
    To keep it all inside
    You can run for the skyline
    Your eyes open wide
    Say you'll remember
    To keep it all inside
    You can run for the skyline
    Your eyes open wide

    It's a memory, it's a memory
    It's a memory, it's a memory
    It's a memory, it's a memory
    It's a memory, it's a memory
    It's a memory, it's a memory
    It's a memory, it's a memory
    It's a memory, it's a memory
    It's a memory, it's a memory Writer/s: Iain Andrew Cook, Lauren Eve Mayberry, Magnus Hakan Birgersson, Martin Clifford Doherty
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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