Coldplay

Album: Single release only (2018)
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  • Twisted silent
    Please decipher
    We can still try
    We're too young to die

    So much for the fail safe
    Wrong way down the runway
    This scene's playing over
    I can't think when I'm sober
    I hear what you don't say
    My heart beats like a freight train
    This place doesn't feel the same
    Is this the part where I walk away?

    Twisted silent
    Please decipher
    We can still try
    Too young to die

    Shoelaces tied
    Taxis outside
    We can still try
    We're too young to die

    A long walk down the old street
    They're sippin' sundowners on concrete
    But me, I need something stronger
    I guess I thought that I'd be stronger
    Wet hair on a cold day
    The kind of day you play Coldplay
    I don't even like Coldplay
    But today I need Coldplay

    Twisted silent
    Please decipher
    We can still try
    Too young to die

    Shoelaces tied
    Taxis outside
    We can still try
    We're too young to die

    I left you in tears at the airport
    Crying inside but I ain't make a sound
    It's ironic, not even TSA could save us now
    She's breaking down
    We're breaking up, my Lady Luck, my favorite love
    I think because I can't give up, the way it was
    It really hurts us more than things that we don't say
    I see your face in yellow every time I hear Coldplay
    And you place on the pillowcase where you don't lay
    In a bouquet of roses I left in your suitcase
    Before I screwed it up and made you screw face
    I think about you every time I hear a sad song
    On New York Radio in Yellow Tax Cab songs
    My mama told me many glass homes should be past stones
    I left you by your own, now I'm grown and I don't wanna die alone
    The twisted silence, relationships and violence
    Shit was childish, I lost my queen, pop and ace of spades, king of diamonds
    Just be honest, you was always fixing me
    Now I don't know what else to do, but listen to "Fix You" on repeat
    I hate Coldplay

    Hardest part of moving on
    Is really letting go (taxis outside)
    I know you gotta find someone but I don't wanna know
    The hardest part of moving on
    Is really letting go (taxis outside)
    I know you gotta find someone but I don't wanna know
    No, no, no Writer/s: Benjamin Hudson McIldowie, Victor Mensah
    Publisher: Ultra Tunes
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