The Line

Album: Concrete and Gold (2017)
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  • Yes or no?
    What is truth
    But a dirty black cloud coming out of the blue?
    I was wrong
    I was right
    I'm a blood moon born in the dead of night

    Break my bones
    I don't care
    All I ever wanted was a body to share
    Heart's gone cold
    Brush ran dry
    Satellite searching for a sign of life
    Like you

    Somewhere?
    Are you there?

    The tears in your eyes
    Someday will dry
    We fight for our lives
    'Cause everything's on the line
    This time

    Listen close
    I can't hide
    I'm a page torn from a broken spine
    Sun gets low
    I get high
    Satellite searching for a sign of life
    Like you

    Somewhere?
    Are you there?
    The tears in your eyes
    Someday will dry
    We fight for our lives
    'Cause everything's on the line
    This time

    Are you there?
    Are you there?

    The tears in your eyes
    Someday will dry
    We fight for our lives
    'Cause everything's on the line
    This time

    The tears in your eyes
    Someday will dry
    We fight for our lives
    'Cause everything's on the line

    Yes or no?
    What is truth
    But a dirty black cloud coming out of the blue
    I was wrong
    I was right
    I'm a blood moon born in the dead of night Writer/s: Chris Shiflett, David Eric Grohl, Georg Ruthenberg, Nate Mendel, Odie Hawkins, Rami Jaffee
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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