Stole The Show
by Kygo

Album: Cloud Nine (2016)
Charted: 24
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  • Darling, darling, oh, turn the lights back on now
    Watching, watching, as the credits all roll down
    Crying, crying, you know we're playing to a full house, house

    No heroes, villains, one to blame
    While wilted roses fill the stage
    And the thrill, the thrill is gone
    Our debut was a masterpiece
    But in the end for you and me
    Oh, the show, it can't go on

    We used to have it all, but now's our curtain call
    So hold for the applause, oh
    And wave out to the crowd, and take our final bow
    Oh, it's our time to go, but at least we stole the show
    At least we stole the show
    At least we stole the show
    At least we stole the show
    At least we stole the show

    At least we stole the show

    Darling, darling, you know that we are sold out
    This is fading, but the band plays on now
    We're crying, crying, so let the velvet roll down, down

    No heroes, villains, one to blame
    While wilted roses fill the stage
    And the thrill, the thrill is gone
    Our debut was a masterpiece
    Our lines we read so perfectly
    But the show, it can't go on

    We used to have it all, but now's our curtain call
    So hold for the applause, oh
    And wave out to the crowd, and take our final bow
    Oh, it's our time to go, but at least we stole the show
    At least we stole the show
    At least we stole the show
    At least we stole the show
    Stole the show

    At least we stole the show
    Stole the show
    At least we stole the show Writer/s: ASHLEY PARSON, KYLE KELSO, KYRRE GOERVELL-DAHLL, MARLI HARWOOD, MICHAEL HARWOOD
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., SENTRIC MUSIC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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