Losing Touch

Album: Day & Age (2008)
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  • Console me in my darkest hour
    Could this be that the truth is always gray
    Caress me in your velvet chair
    Conceal me from the ghost you cast away

    I'm in no hurry, you go run
    And tell your friends I'm losing touch
    Fill their heads with rumors of impending doom
    It must be true

    Console me in my darkest hour
    And tell me that you'll always hear my cries
    I wonder what you got conspired
    I'm sure it was the consolation prize

    I'm in no hurry, you go run
    And tell your friends I'm losing touch
    Fill the night with stories, the legend grows
    Of how you got lost

    But you made your way back home
    You sold your soul, like a Roman vagabond yeah

    I heard you found a wishing well
    In the city
    Console me in my darkest hour (in my darkest hour)
    And you throw me down

    I'm in no hurry, you go run
    And tell your friends I'm losing touch
    Fill your crown with rumors
    Impending doom, it must be true

    But you made your way back home
    You sold your soul, like a Roman vagabond

    And all that now you got lost, but you made your way back home
    You went and sold your soul, an allegiance dead and gone
    I'm losing touch Writer/s: BRANDON FLOWERS, DAVE BRENT KEUNING, MARK AUGUST STOERMER, RONNIE JR. VANNUCCI
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Paris from Cardiff, United Kingdomi love this song! it is amazing, and i love the lyric, theyre so different on Day and Age and i just love it!
  • Theresa from Murfreesboro, TnThe best song on Day & Age, it's dark but radio friendly.
  • Kylie from Ventura, CaThis song is really great. I especially love the bridge.
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