Black White & Blue

  • Time is never easy when you’re alone
    Your mother, she always told you to hold your own
    'Cause this is real life, oh no
    You can’t fight it, oh no
    'Cause this is real life

    On and on through the night and the milky way
    It’s black and white & blue for you
    Now and then when you cry
    It will always be black and white & blue for you

    Life inside your head has come undone
    Your soul descent to madness has just begun
    But this is real life, oh no
    You can’t fight it, oh no
    'Cause this is real life

    On and on through the night and the milky way
    It’s black and white & blue for you
    Now and then when you cry
    It will always be black and white & blue for you

    Waking from a strange dream
    Spinning cause you had too much last night
    No communication,
    Wondering if you’ll ever feel alright

    But this is real life, oh no
    You can’t fight it, oh no
    'Cause this is real life

    On and on through the night and the milky way
    It’s black and white & blue for you
    Now and then when you cry
    It will always be black and white & blue for youWriter/s: PHILLIPA BROWN, PASCAL RICHARD MARCEL GABRIEL
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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