Miami

Album: Total Life Forever (2010)
  • I promised you on an ocean of
    Mother of pearl, gold, and indigo
    Cut through the waves, I watched you swim away
    I'll never love you more than today

    Would you be there
    Be there
    Be there for me

    Would you be there
    Be there
    Be there for me

    Now black light sets on my short day
    Oh, you betrayed me, you gave it away
    You don't mind picking up salt to rub into my wounds

    Would you be there
    Be there
    Be there for me

    Would you betray me
    Or save me
    Save me from you

    [Repeat: x16]
    (Miami ba...)

    Would you be there
    Be there
    Be there for me

    Would you betray me
    Or save me
    Save me from you

    Would you be there
    Be there
    Be there for me

    Would you betray me
    Save me
    Save me Writer/s: Edwin Thomas Congreave, Jack William Bevan, James Andrew Smith, Walter James Morrison Gervers, Yannis Barnabas Emanuel Philippakis
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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