You'll Be Mine

Album: Made Of Rain (2020)
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  • Don't be surprised when every second has its place
    Don't be surprised at all
    Don't be surprised when all your days are yesterdays
    Don't be surprised at all
    When the new black is white
    And the new low's a high
    In the ticking of the time
    You'll be mine

    Don't be surprised when all your dreams all fade away
    Don't be surprised at all
    Don't be surprised when every dog has had its day
    Don't be surprised at all
    When the new black is white
    And the new lows are high
    Like a lesson learned in time
    You'll be mine

    Don't be surprised when all the traffic runs to rust
    Don't be surprised at all
    Don't be surprised when all these houses fall to dust
    Don't be surprised at all
    When the new black is white
    And the new low's a high
    In the ticking of the time
    You'll be mine

    Don't be surprised if they don't want you like I do
    Don't be surprised at all
    Don't be surprised they'll take back everything they said
    Don't be surprised at all
    When the new black is white
    And the new low's a high
    Like the ticking of the time
    You'll be mine Writer/s: Richard Butler, Tim Butler
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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