Spray Paint Love

Album: Single release only (2017)
  • [Verse 1]
    It's never dark on the road
    Blue lights, they guide you home
    So many miles between you and me
    And no way of knowing which god to believe
    They all sell a better life, promise a better way
    I wouldn't sell up my soul for them to take me away
    I don't know how we end up here
    Broke bottles living in fear

    [Chorus]
    Concrete and spray paint love
    Barbed wire roses all covered in blood
    Chained fences and gasoline
    Light up a match, baby burn up my dreams
    Whoa-Ooh
    More than a one night song
    Whoa-Ooh
    More than a one night

    [Verse 2]
    Full moon and we are together
    By the morning I'll be gone
    Do you think that we could ever be more
    More than a one night song
    I follow white lines on the road
    And they all lead to your bed
    And in the drinks and the lights
    And the music I'll find you
    Dancing through my head
    Whoa-Ooh

    [Chorus]
    Concrete and spray paint love
    Barbed wire roses all covered in blood
    Chained fences and gasoline
    Light up a match, baby burn up my dreams
    Whoa-Ooh
    More than a one night song
    Whoa-Ooh
    More than a one night

    (More, more, more)
    More than a one night

    (More, more, more)
    More than a one night

    (more, more, more)
    More than a one night

    Concrete and spray paint love
    Barbed wire roses all covered in blood
    Whoa-Ooh
    More than a one night song
    Yeah

    Chained fences and gasoline
    Light up a match, baby burn up my dreams
    Whoa-Ooh
    More than a one night song

    Whoa-Ooh
    More than a one night

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