Album: News and Tributes (2006)
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  • If we have to fallout, we should fallout together
    'cause we'll have to find a shelter
    And stay in the shelter, it's safe in the shelter
    The fall was hard, the fall was hard
    The out was in, visable to you
    What a miserable excuse

    After days in the dark
    Light broke through
    And it was difficult to see you
    (See see, you you, see see, you you, you you you you you you you you)
    And sat in the warm with you

    You put me down with your thumb
    I can see clearly that you point towards sorrow
    But the fingers point at me
    We're gonna fall out tomorrow

    The morning arrives, the morning arrives
    As the night falls down
    The shelter is in darkness
    And the outside is in shock

    [Chorus x2]

    (You you you you you you you you)

    (You you you you you you you you) Writer/s: BARRY HYDE, DAVID CRAIG, DAVID HYDE, ROSS MILLARD
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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