Darkness and Light

Album: Darkness & Light (2016)
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  • Fire and the ice colliding
    I wanna go deep and dive in
    It's heaven on Earth but hell of a night
    To melt into one
    She's never been afraid of sirens
    Head down but keep drivin'
    Damn we might crash moving so fast but baby

    Don't stop, I need it
    Release me, it's too hard for me to hold
    My heart beating
    Your touch
    It thrills me to the bone
    Oh Lord! Forgive us
    Alas, we've lost control baby
    Nothing can stop this love
    Nothing can stop this love
    Never gon' get enough
    Nothing can stop it, oh

    Darkness and light, streaming
    The end of our life beginning
    No longer alone, my will become gone
    We melt into one
    Both hands on the floor, you go low
    Who was I before? I don't know
    And who am I now? Your body shows how
    The past just has no meaning

    Don't stop, I need it
    Release me, it's too hard for me to hold
    My heart bleeding
    Your touch
    It thrills me to the bone
    Oh Lord! Forgive us
    Alas, we've lost control baby
    Nothing can stop this love
    Nothing can stop this love
    Never gon' get enough
    Nothing can stop it, oh!

    Yeah

    Oh, oh!
    Don't stop, I need it
    Release me, it's too hard for me to hold
    My heart bleeding
    Your touch
    It thrills me to the bone
    Oh Lord! Forgive us
    Alas, we've lost control baby
    Nothing can stop this love
    Nothing can stop this love
    Never gon' get enough
    Nothing can stop itWriter/s: John Roger Stephens, Will Oldham, John Henry Ryan
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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