Parallel

Album: Yet to be Titled (2014)
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  • Counting stars, laying in the grass
    Side by side, your head on my shoulder
    We talk a lot about nothing much
    With every breath we are getting closer

    Parallel, in this universe
    Do we light up our hearts just to watch them burn?
    Parallel, I will cross the lines.
    'Cause maybe tonight... the stars align!

    The stars align!

    What if the one who was meant for you,
    Was all along right in front of you
    Just didn't see it, it was there all the time
    Gotta feel it tonight, yeah, the stars align

    The stars align (The stars align)

    I take the thoughts out of your mind
    And put the pieces into my puzzle (puzzle, puzzle, puzzle)
    Everything I wanna say about you
    Is more than enough to write a novel (novel, novel, novel)

    Parallel in this universe
    Do we light up our hearts just to watch them burn?
    Parallel, I will cross the lines.
    'Cause maybe tonight the stars align

    The stars align (The stars align, the stars align, the stars align))

    What if the one who was meant for you,
    Was all along right in front of you
    Just didn't see it, it was there all the time
    Gotta feel it tonight, yeah, the stars align

    I'd throw a rope around the moon,
    And pull it close whatever it takes to be with you
    Maybe tonight
    Maybe tonight the stars align

    The stars align!

    What if the one who was meant for you,
    Was all along right in front of you
    Just didn't see it, it was there all the time
    Gotta feel it tonight, yeah, the stars align

    The stars align
    The stars align Writer/s: KENDALL SCHMIDT, TOBIAS GAD
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, CTM Publishing, O/B/O CAPASSO, TUNECORE INC
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