Reunion

  • We visit a life we both left behind
    Ignore the heart
    Move to the ever-moving
    Or, blazin', we go over
    And over and over and over again

    If I wait too long
    I'll lose you from my sight
    Maybe tonight
    I could stop dreaming
    And start believing in forever
    And ever and ever and ever again

    Reunion, reunion
    Reunion, reunion
    Never not ever, never not ever again

    And it's burning inside 'til you give it up
    How long should I wait?
    There's no need to hide, from this
    Only you in here

    There's an end to us with someone else inside
    You shine your light
    There goes that feeling, won't let me see them
    Never not ever, never not ever again

    Did I see you, see me, in a new light?
    Did I see you, see me, in a new light?
    Did I see you, see me, in a new light? (Never not ever again)
    Did I (Never not ever) see you (Ever again)
    See me (Never not ever) in a new light? (Never not ever again)
    Did I see you, see me?
    Never not ever, never not ever again Writer/s: JAMES THOMAS SMITH, OLIVER SIM, ROMY ANNA MADLEY CROFT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Royalty Network, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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