You & I

Album: Midnight Memories (2013)
Charted: 19 68
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  • I figured it out
    I figured it out from black and white
    Seconds and hours
    Maybe they had to take some time
    I know how it goes
    I know how it goes from wrong and right
    Silence and sound
    Did they ever hold each other tight like us?
    Did they ever fight like us?

    You and I
    We don't wanna be like them
    We can make it 'til the end
    Nothing can come between
    You and I
    Not even the Gods above
    Can separate the two of us
    No, nothing can come between
    You and I
    Oh, you and I

    I figured it out
    Saw the mistakes of up and down
    Meet in the middle
    There's always room for common ground
    I see what it's like
    I see what it's like for day and night
    Never together
    'Cause they see things in a different light like us
    But they never tried like us

    You and I
    We don't wanna be like them
    We can make it 'til the end
    Nothing can come between
    You and I
    Not even the Gods above
    Can separate the two of us

    'Cause you and I
    We don't wanna be like them
    We can make it 'til the end
    Nothing can come between
    You and I
    Not even the Gods above
    Can separate the two of us
    No, nothing can come between
    You and I, you and I
    Oh, you and I
    Oh, you and I
    We can make it if we try
    You and I
    Oh, you and I
    You and I Writer/s: Jamie Scott Baylin, John Henry Ryan, Julian C. Bunetta
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Songtrust Ave, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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