Fluorescent

  • You walk in
    And you light up the room

    You've been living... in a looking glass scene
    Since you... were 17
    I can't deny... you've made your move
    With a heavy cup to spend the occasional army cup

    Brighter and brighter and brighter you burn
    When you're in this mood there's no return
    Life's a gamble, throw my dice
    Every scandal has it's price
    Brighter and brighter and brighter you burn
    When you're in this mood there's no return
    Fluorescent

    Fluorescent
    Incandescent
    Fluorescent
    Incandescent

    You walk in
    And you light up the room

    At midnight it's time for business
    But who... will bear witness?
    To your beauty and refrain
    But how well you've played the game?
    You've played the game, you've played the game
    You've played the game, you've played the game
    You've played the game, you've played the game
    You've played the game, you've played the game
    You've played the game

    Brighter and brighter and brighter you burn
    When you're in this mood there's no return
    Life's a gamble, throw my dice
    Every scandal has it's price
    Brighter and brighter and brighter you burn
    When you're in this mood there's no return
    Fluorescent

    Fluorescent
    Incandescent
    Fluorescent
    Incandescent Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER LOWE, NEIL FRANCIS TENNANT
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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