Guns and Horses

Album: Lights (2010)
Charted: 26
  • You're so quiet
    But it doesn't faze me
    You're on time
    You move so fast makes me feel lazy
    Let's join forces
    We've got our guns and horses
    I know you've been burned
    But every fire is a lesson learned

    I left my house
    Left my clothes
    Door wide open, heaven knows
    You're so worth it
    You are

    But I wish I could feel it all for you
    I wish I could be it all for you
    If I could erase the pain
    Then maybe you'd feel the same
    I'd do it all for you, I would
    I would, I would, I would

    Let's type words
    'Cause they amount to nothing
    Play it down
    Pretend you can't take what you found
    But you found me
    On a screen you sit at permanently

    I left my house
    Left my clothes
    Door wide open
    Heaven knows
    You're so worth it, you are

    But I wish I could feel it all for you
    I wish I could be it all for you
    If I could erase the pain
    Then maybe you'd feel the same
    I'd do it all for you, I would
    I would, I would, I would

    It's time to come clean,
    And make sense of everything
    It's time that we found out who we are
    'Cause when I'm standing here in the dark
    I see your face in every star

    But I wish I could feel it all for you
    I wish I could be it all for you
    If I could erase the pain
    The maybe you'd feel the same
    I'd do it all for you, I would
    I would, I would, I would

    I'd do it all for you
    I'd do it all for you
    I'd do it all for you
    I'd do it all for you
    I'd do it all for you
    I'd do it all for you
    I'd do it all for you
    I'd do it all for you Writer/s: JOHN FORTIS, ELLIE GOULDING
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Global Talent Publishing, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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