Strobe

Album: Friendly Fires (2008)
  • I see you come out of a strobe
    You come out of a strobe
    We stop and try to catch some breath
    We try to catch some breath

    I lost it, I can't remember that
    We mean well but it never does

    And after all this time
    Who would've thought I'd need you here
    And after all this time
    Who would've thought I'd need you here

    I heard you got somebody new
    You got somebody new
    But what made you think of coming back?
    You're coming, coming back

    I held you, I can remember that
    The walk home, we stood out in the cold

    And after all this time
    Who would've thought I'd need you here
    And after all this time
    Who would've thought I'd need you here

    And you melt white snow
    Before you let me know

    And after all this time
    Who would've thought I'd need you here

    Writer/s: EDWARD DAVID HUW MACFARLANE, EDWARD JOHN FREDERICK GIBSON, JACK BARNABY SAVIDGE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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