When We Were On Fire

Album: Chaos and The Calm (2015)
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  • Drifting apart, getting harder to hold you
    Days getting dark and the nights are growing cold
    Are we burning out?

    Swept out of sight, rolling out on an ocean
    Let's cut all the ropes and get lost in the moment
    If our hearts are alive, maybe then they might
    Send us back to the sun

    And I know, I know we're losing light, our love is dying
    Out cold on the floor, like a fallen star that shines no more
    Take, take me back to where it was before
    When we were on fire, fire

    Head down, heading underground, feeling wasted
    Cold to the bone, so alone I can taste it
    Let's light it up

    The streets are alive now and everything's racing
    You're on my mind, running in my veins
    Fuelling the flame
    Let's start it again (start it agaain)

    Now I know, I know we're losing light, our love is dying
    Out cold on the floor, like a fallen star that shines no more
    Take, take me back to where it was before
    When we were on fire, fire
    We were on fire, fire

    Oh oh oh
    Now don't tell me, no, that we're burning down (oh oh oh)
    And don't tell me, no, that we're burning now (oh oh oh)

    'Cause I know, I know we're losing light and our love is dying
    Take, take me home, back to where it was before
    When we were on fire, fire

    Now I know, I know we're losing light, our love is dying
    Out cold on the floor, like a fallen star that shines no more
    Take, take me back to where it was before
    When we were on fire, fire
    We were on fire, fire Writer/s: James Michael Bay, Jonathan Ian Green
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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