Flares

Album: No Sound Without Silence (2014)
  • Did you lose what won't return?
    Did you love but never learn?
    The fire's out but still it burns
    And no one cares, there's no one there

    Did you find it hard to breathe?
    Did you cry so much that you could barely see?
    You're in the darkness all alone
    And no one cares, there's no one there

    But did you see the flares in the sky?
    Were you blinded by the light?
    Did you feel the smoke in your eyes?
    Did you, did you?
    Did you see the sparks filled with hope?
    You are not alone
    'Cause someone's out there, sending out flares

    Did you break but never mend?
    Did it hurt so much you thought it was the end?
    Lose your heart but don't know when
    And no one cares, there's no one there

    But did you see the flares in the sky?
    Were you blinded by the light?
    Did you feel the smoke in your eyes?
    Did you, did you?
    Did you see the sparks filled with hope?
    You are not alone
    'Cause someone's out there, sending out flares
    Someone's out there, sending out flares

    Did you lose what won't return?
    Did you love but never learn?

    But did you see the flares in the sky?
    Were you blinded by the light?
    Did you feel the smoke in your eyes?
    Did you, did you?
    Did you see the sparks filled with hope?
    You are not alone
    'Cause someone's out there, sending out flares

    But did you see the flares in the sky?
    Were you blinded by the light?
    Did you feel the smoke in your eyes?
    Did you, did you?
    Did you see the sparks filled with hope?
    You are not alone
    'Cause someone's out there, sending out flaresWriter/s: DANIEL JOHN O'DONOGHUE, JAMES BARRY, MARK ANTHONY SHEEHAN, RYAN B TEDDER
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Global Talent Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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