Munich

Album: Scars & Stories (2012)
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  • Take all you know
    And you let it go
    Inside the snow
    Begins to fall

    Step to the edge
    You and I
    And we fall below
    Take a breath
    Hold my hand
    And now you're not alone

    Calling now
    It terrifies me
    And I don't know why
    There you go
    You're paralyzing me
    And I don't know why

    Everything
    Is black and white and green
    The walls are shaking
    When you're touching me
    Change is everything
    When you're close to me
    Back to back
    Hand to hand
    Face to face again
    Lover and
    Enemies
    Then we're back to friends

    Something left
    Holding us
    Pulls me closer in
    Take a breath
    And the color will return again

    Calling now
    It terrifies me
    And I don't know why
    There you go
    You're paralyzing me
    And I don't know why

    Everything
    Is black and white and green
    The walls are shaking
    When you're touching me
    Change is everything
    Change is everything

    Walls are shaking
    Change is everything
    When you're close to me Writer/s: BEN WYSOCKI, DAVID WELSH, ISAAC SLADE, JOSEPH KING
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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