Dying Breed

Album: Imploding The Mirage (2020)
  • There's gonna be opposition
    Ain't no way around it
    But if you're looking for strong and steady
    Well baby, you found it
    We'll weather the coldest night
    Baby, we're a dying breed

    When everyone's compromising
    I'll be your diehard
    I'll be there when water's rising
    I'll be your lifeguard
    We're cut from a stained glass mountain
    Baby, we're a dying breed

    Na na na na, na na na na
    Na na na na, na na na na

    When facing the wind got wicked
    We rallied and raised up
    So now if she comes back kicking
    We'll know what we're made of
    There's gonna be opposition
    But we've got everything we need
    Ooh, baby, we're a dying breed

    From the coveted touch of a girl in love
    I was lifted by the sound of a spirit in need
    Baby, we're a dying breed

    I don't know what you want from me
    Sometimes I don't know what to do
    It's like I'm screaming in a dream
    It's like I can't get through
    What if we're not prepared for this?
    What if we just can't find the trail?
    Then I remember the promise I made
    And the way that I fell

    For the coveted touch of a girl in love
    I was taken by the sound of a spirit in need
    Baby, we're a dying breed

    We've got everything we need
    Baby, we're a dying breed

    (Na na na na na)
    (Na na na na na)
    (Na na na na na)
    (Na na na na na)
    (Na na na na na)
    (Na na na na na) Writer/s: Alex Cameron, Brandon Flowers, Jonathan Rado, Michael Crossey
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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