Watercolour

Album: Immersion (2010)
Charted: 4
  • When I'm falling down
    Will you pick me up again?
    When I'm too far gone
    Dead in the eyes of my friends

    Will you take me out of here?
    When I'm staring down the barrel
    When I'm blinded by the lights
    When I can not see your face
    Take me out of here
    Take me out of here
    Take me out of here
    Take me out of here

    All I believe and all I've known
    Are being taken from me back at home
    Yeah do your worst, when worlds collide
    Let their fear collapse, bring no surprise

    Take me out of here

    Feed the fire
    Break your vision
    Throw your fists up
    Come on with me
    Feed the fire
    Break your vision
    Throw your fists up
    Come on with me
    Feed the fire
    Break your vision
    Throw your fists up
    Come on with me
    Feed the fire
    Break your vision
    Throw your fists up
    Come on with me

    Just stay where you are
    Let your fear subside
    Just stay where you are
    If there's nothing to hide

    Feed the fire
    Break your vision
    Throw your fists up
    Come on with me
    Feed the fire
    Break your vision
    Throw your fists up
    Come on with me
    Feed the fire
    Break your vision
    Throw your fists up
    Come on with me
    Feed the fire
    Break your vision
    Throw your fists up
    Come on with me
    Feed the fire
    Break your vision
    Throw your fists up
    Come on with me Writer/s: Robert Swire Thompson
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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