Run

Album: Spirit (Deluxe Edition) (2008)
Charted: 1 81
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  • I'll sing it one last time for you
    Then we really have to go
    You've been the only thing that's right
    In all I've done

    And I can barely look at you
    But every single time I do
    I know we'll make it anywhere
    Away from here

    Light up, light up
    As if you have a choice
    Even if you cannot hear my voice
    I'll be right beside you, dear

    To think I might not see those eyes
    Makes it so hard not to cry
    And as we say our long goodbyes
    I nearly do

    Light up, light up
    As if you have a choice
    Even if you cannot hear my voice
    I'll be right beside you, dear

    Louder, louder
    And we'll run for our lives
    I can hardly speak, I understand
    Why you can't raise your voice to say

    Light up, light up
    As if you have a choice
    Even if you cannot hear my voice
    I'll be right beside you, dear

    Louder, louder
    And we'll run for our lives
    I can hardly speak, I understand
    Why you can't raise your voice to say Writer/s: Gary Lightbody, Ian Archer, Jonathan Quinn, Mark McCelland, Nathan Connolly
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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