Dare You

Album: Single Release Only (2013)
Charted: 18
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  • We're a million lonely people
    All together on this needle in the sky
    Afraid of heights
    And your dreams were made illegal
    By the laws of lesser evil
    We call I, but not tonight

    I dare you to love
    I dare you to cry
    I dare you to run
    I dare you to try

    I dare you to fall
    And lay on the ground
    I dare you to feel
    I dare you to be

    You're an outline of a vision
    That you had when we were children
    Yesterday
    You watch it fade
    Let your heart be your religion
    Let it break you out of this prison
    You became
    It's not too late

    I dare you to love
    I dare you to cry
    I dare you to run
    I dare you to try

    I dare you to fall
    And lay on the ground
    I dare you to feel
    I dare you to be

    I dare you
    I dare you Writer/s: Robbert Van de Corput
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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