Come Together

Album: Talking Dreams (2014)
  • Here we are with our backs against the wall
    We've got big city dreams
    But we don't move from the asphalt
    We run away from our own imagination
    But at the same time we got this amazing fascination

    We've got hopes on the horizon
    We can't stop from climbing the mountain
    We're sick and tired of keeping silent
    We are, we are, we are,

    We are gonna come together
    We're gonna come together, now
    We are gonna run together
    We're gonna turn it upside down

    'Cause with the smoke in the mirror
    I can't see your face
    So let's run to the fire escape
    Come together
    We're gonna come together, now

    Who are they, with their so-called innovations
    They hold on like they've found their own salvation
    They shy away from the slightest alteration
    But at the same time we got the same fascinations

    We've got hopes on the horizon
    We can't stop from climbing the mountain
    We're sick and tired of keeping silent
    We are, we are, we are,

    We are gonna come together
    We're gonna come together, now
    We are gonna run together
    We're gonna turn it upside down

    'Cause with the smoke in the mirror
    I can't see your face
    So let's run to the fire escape
    Come together
    We're gonna come together, now

    Just let go, it's a free fall
    We're almost home, it's a free fall

    We are gonna come together
    We're gonna come together, now
    We are gonna run together
    We're gonna turn it upside down

    We are gonna come together
    We're gonna come together, now
    We are gonna run together
    We're gonna turn it upside down

    'Cause with the smoke in the mirror
    I can't see your face
    So let's run to the fire escape
    Come together
    We're gonna come together, now Writer/s: JEFFERY DAVID SIEROTA, GRAHAM SIEROTA, JAMIE SIEROTA, NOAH SIEROTA, SYDNEY SIEROTA
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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