A Song About Love

Album: Shangri La (2013)
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  • You tell me all the things you do
    Tell me that it's up to you
    Crying in the peaceful night
    Telling all the things you hide
    But out there in the future
    Maybe you're the rainbow
    There's no song without love
    With your eyes shut you cry in your bed

    Is that what you wanted? Songs about love?
    Is that what you hoped you would find
    When it's burning inside
    But a song about love's not enough
    So what do you want, more?
    What are you needing?
    Songs about memories
    That hide and then shatter your mind
    Like a constant reminder
    I just want to find where you are
    I just want to find where you are

    Hold you and your eyes fall down
    You barely even make a sound
    Crying in the peaceful night
    Showing all the things you hide
    But out there in the future
    Maybe you're the rainbow
    There's no song without love
    With your eyes shut you cry in your bed

    Is that what you wanted? Songs about love?
    Is that what you hoped you would find
    When it's burning inside
    But a song about love's not enough
    So what do you want. more?
    What are you needing?
    Songs about memories
    That hide and then shatter your mind
    Like a constant reminder
    I just want to find where you are

    I just want to find where you are
    I just want to find where you are Writer/s: IAIN ARCHER, JAKE KENNEDY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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