House Of Memories

Album: Death Of A Bachelor (2016)
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  • Whoa, whoa, whoa
    Whoa, whoa

    If you're a lover, you should know
    The lonely moments just get lonelier
    The longer you're in love than if you were alone
    Memories turn into daydreams, become a taboo

    I don't want to be afraid
    The deeper that I go
    It takes my breath away
    Soft hearts, electric souls
    Heart to heart and eyes to eyes
    Is this taboo?

    Baby, we built this house on memories
    Take my picture now, shake it 'til you see it
    And when your fantasies become your legacy
    Promise me a place in your house of memories

    Whoa, whoa, whoa
    Whoa, whoa

    I think of you from time to time
    More than I thought I would
    You were just too kind and I was too young to know
    That's all that really matters
    I was a fool

    Baby, we built this house on memories
    Take my picture now, shake it 'til you see it
    And when your fantasies become your legacy
    Promise me a place in your house of memories

    Whoa, whoa, whoa
    Whoa, whoa

    Those thoughts of past lovers, they'll always haunt me
    I wish I could believe you'd never wrong me
    Then will you remember me in the same way as I remember you?

    Baby, we built this house on memories
    Take my picture now, shake it 'til you see it
    And when your fantasies become your legacy
    Promise me a place

    Baby, we built this house on memories
    Take my picture now, shake it 'til you see it
    And when your fantasies become your legacy
    Promise me a place in your house of memories

    Whoa, whoa, whoa
    Whoa, whoa

    In your house of memories
    Whoa, whoa
    Promise me a place (whoa, whoa) Writer/s: Brendon Urie, Jacob Sinclair, Morgan Kibby
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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