What Are the Chances?

Album: Paper Gods (2015)
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  • Any other day and you might have gone walking by
    Without a second look
    Any other way but I'm still mystified
    I'm just trying to change my luck
    Staring out the world and waiting for the one
    But the world won't look away
    The world does not explain

    So, what are the chances
    We'll never know
    If we take it for granted
    A diamond explodes
    What are the chances

    Playing with your life or is it destiny
    Which sets you on a path
    Is it out of tries that you're here next to me
    Or just the aftermath
    Of moments as they pass

    So, what are the chances
    We'll never know
    If we take it for granted
    A diamond explodes
    What are the chances
    We are lost in the flow
    And looking for answers

    Oh, oh, oh

    So, what are the chances
    We'll never know
    If we take it for granted
    A diamond explodes
    What are the chances
    We are lost in the flow
    And looking for answers Writer/s: Ben Hudson McIldowie, Dom Brown, John Taylor, Nick Rhodes, Roger Andrew Taylor, Simon John Charles Le Bon
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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