Dead Of The Night

Album: Everyday Demons (2009)
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  • Belfast town, could you bring me round
    Like the street light swingers rope upon the ground
    So we ready for a peace but we're prepared for a war
    I got a black code warning splashed against the wall

    In the cool red light, in the dead of the night
    We wash the pain away
    As the night turns into morning, and the morning into day
    We wash away, wash away, wash away the pain

    There's a girl that I see all alone in the street
    Shell be crying on the morning that we meet
    With her ripped black lace, she's got her hair out of place
    But a pure intention, perfection in her face

    In the cool red light, in the dead of the night
    We wash the pain away
    As the night turns into morning, and the morning into day
    We wash away, wash away, wash away the pain

    And I return to you with a promise to renew
    I will never lose sight of the cool red night
    As I kill your fragile body I can never know your name
    We wash away, wash away, wash away the pain

    Everybody's got demons, demons in the night
    So you better start believing everyday's a fight, yes it is
    Everybody's got demons, demons in the night
    So we better start believing
    We can make it all, alright

    In the cool red light in the dead of the night
    We wash away the pain
    As the night turn to morning, and the morning into day
    We all, reach for another day
    We wash away, wash away, wash away, you know we got to
    Wash away, wash way, yes we got to wash away
    Wash away, wash away the pain Writer/s: CORMAC NEESON, CORMAC SEAMUS NEESON, JAMES HEATLEY, MICHAEL JOHN GERARD WATERS, MICHAEL WATERS, PAUL DAVID MAHON, PAUL MAHON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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