We're Still Here

  • Under neon lights, we claim this town
    No one can take us down
    No, not tonight
    City Boys and City Girls
    Runnin' Wild

    Burning like a fallin' star
    Golden stardust, that's what we are
    Young voices carry on
    Come together in the same ole song

    We're still here
    We're shadows fallin'
    The night is callin' again
    We're still here
    Where love is runnin'
    The night is calling, again
    (Brother to brother)

    Another night, another town
    Walkin' my heart around
    Same old choices, again

    Like so many tears in the rain
    Will they remember your name
    Young hearts reach fearlessly
    In the night

    We're still here
    We're shadows fallin'
    The night is callin' again
    We're still here
    Where love is runnin'
    The night is calling, again
    (Sister to sister)

    We're all together
    (You know, I care)
    We are
    (We will)
    Always
    (Be together)

    We're still here
    We're shadows fallin'
    The night is callin' again
    We're still here
    Where love is runnin'
    The night is calling, again
    (Brother to Brother)
    Brother to Brother
    (Sister to Sister)

    We're still here
    Where love is runnin'
    The night is calling, again Writer/s: Brian West, Steve Perry
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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