Static Space Lover

Album: Sacred Hearts Club (2017)
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  • A circuit lightning
    You glisten back
    It started shifts, started shift of love
    One morning I did try
    To call him by his name
    But my men didn't know when to come around

    How long, how long will we try to make it together
    It's too long, it's too long, we could die, just hanging here forever
    Hold on, hold on we'll get by as static space lovers
    And we'll be fine circling each other

    We're placing bets, saying "praise the Lord"
    Just at eclipse, leave me wanting more
    Well don't float too far
    'Cause I won't live without your constellation
    Reach out my love
    'Cause I can't hold on forever

    I'll try
    And we'll never have to say goodbye

    How long, how long will we try to make it together
    It's too long, it's too long, we could die, just hanging here forever
    Hold on, hold on we'll get by as static space lovers
    And we'll be fine circling each other

    It's too long, too long, we could die, just hanging here forever
    Hold on, hold on and we'll get by as static space lovers
    And we'll be fine circling each other Writer/s: Isom Innis, Jen Malone, Mark Foster, Patrik Berger
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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