How Soon The Dawn

Album: Hearts That Strain (2017)
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  • Just look how far I've fell
    Down in the wishing well, you'd forgotten
    I spent time in your head

    I thought I knew it all
    How the mighty fall to the bottom
    You spent time in your bed

    How soon the dawn
    Of love has come
    And made you run
    You've come undone

    I've been feeling it too
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh oh

    You took the subway down
    Until the day you've found it was broken
    Now it can't take you away

    Was just a silly thought
    Until the day you caught me in action
    You're knowing me less everyday

    How soon the dawn
    Of love has come
    And made you run
    You've come undone

    I've been feeling it too
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh oh Writer/s: Daniel Auerbach, Jake Edwin Kennedy, Matt Sweeney
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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