Be still And go on to bed Nobody knows what lies ahead And life is short To say the least We're in the belly of the beast
Be still Wild and young Long may your innocence reign Like shells on the shore And may your limits be unknown And may your efforts be your own If you ever feel you can't take it anymore
Don't break character You've got a lot of heart Is this real or just a dream? Rise up like the sun Labor till the work is done
Be still One day you'll leave Fearlessness on your sleeve When you've come back, tell me what did you see What did you see (what did you see) Was there something out there for me?
Be still Close your eyes Soon enough you'll be on your own Steady and straight And if they drag you through the mud It doesn't change what's in your blood (Over chains, over chains, over ?, over ?) When they knock you down
Don't break character You've got a lot of heart Is this real or just a dream? Be still Be still Be still Be still
Over rock and chain Over sunset plain Over trap and snare When you're in too deep In your wildest dream In your made up scheme When they knock you down When they knock you down
Don't break character You've got so much heart Is this real or just a dream? Oh Rise up like the sun And labor till the work is Rise up like the sun Labor till the work is done
Writer/s: Brandon Flowers, Daniel Roland Lanois, Dave Brent Keuning, Mark August Stoermer, Ronnie Jr. Vannucci
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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