Pull it out, turn it up, what's your favorite song? That's mine, I've been crying to it since I was young I know there's someone out there feeling just like I feel I know they're waiting up, I know they're waiting to heal And I've been holding my breath Are you holding your breath For too many years to count? Too many years to count
And we waited for the sirens that never come And we only write by the moon Every word handwritten And to ease the loss of youth And how many years I've missed you Pages plead forgiveness Every word handwritten
Let it out, let me in, take a hold of my hand There's nothing like another soul that's been cut up the same And did you want to drive without a word in between? I can understand, you need a minute to breathe And to sew up the seams after all this defeat All this defeat
And we waited for the sirens that never come And we only write by the moon Every word handwritten And to ease the loss of youth And the many, many years I've missed you Pages plead forgiveness Every word handwritten
Here in the dark, I cherish the moonlight I'm in love with the way you're in love with the night And it travels from heart to limb to pen
And we waited for the sirens that never come And we only write by the moon Every word handwritten Every word handwritten
And with this pen, I thee wed From my heart to your distress
Every word handwritten
Writer/s: BRIAN FALLON
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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