Glass
by

Album: No Mythologies to Follow (2014)
  • Oh dear one, turn the lights off
    So our horny souls can have some private time
    And the morning comes with the bittersweet news:
    You're still no hero, diving the blue
    Well hallelujah, it's a new day
    We're a little closer

    Days are slipping away, shadows stay, boy
    If you're in love beneath the paint
    What a pleasant sensation
    Oh, why do everyone have to grow old?
    Everyone wonder where the good times go
    Oh, why do everyone have to grow old?
    Wanna be free
    Wanna be free
    Wanna get 'em
    Hey hey hey, hey hey hey

    Hope, play a song for the wounded
    So it will be summer forevermore, oh baby
    The morning comes with the rain for your
    Bloody dry skin who's about to give in
    Oh, well, hallelujah, it's a miracle

    Days are slipping away, shadows stay, boy
    If you're in love beneath the paint
    What a pleasant sensation
    Oh, why do everyone have to grow old?
    Everyone wonder where the good times go
    Oh, why do everyone have to grow old?
    Wanna be free
    Wanna be free
    Wanna get 'em
    Hey hey hey, hey hey hey Writer/s: RONNI VINDAHL, KAREN MARIE ORSTED, AUGUST FENGER
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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