Barcelona

  • "That's cinema", I can't believe you even said it
    Am I hearing wrong? Where has my baby gone?
    Comme des garçon, you were my reason to live
    I love Lennon, man, you were my art, you were my rhythm
    Am I enough? It ain't enough to call me barely human
    'Cause you know that McCartney couldn't stop me changing
    From the very start you said I wasn't ready
    I'm not invincible (invincible) and it hurts

    Turn it up, be my one and only
    Original, ready to rip out my heart
    Barcelona, how can I be lonely?
    I'm already gone, gone but never giving up

    How many hearts have never beaten?
    How many lovers lost in the sun?
    I may be lost, but I believe in living for love
    Because I want it now

    A prisoner, I can't reason with living in pain
    I can't sing about a "Golden Elephant"
    Kiss in the rain, you were my reason to live
    A millennial who threw off my art and threw out my rhythm
    I've had enough, I've had enough of "Clockwork Orange" living
    'Cause you know that my plastic face just keeps on grinning
    I get in the car, ready for revolution
    I'm not invincible (invincible) and it hurts

    Turn it up, be my one and only
    Original, ready to rip out my heart
    Barcelona, how can I be lonely?
    I'm already gone, gone but never giving up

    How many hearts have never beaten?
    How many lovers lost in the sun?
    I may be lost, but I believe in living for love
    Because I want it now

    You were my reason
    You were my reason to live
    A prisoner
    You were my reason to live

    Turn it up, be my one and only
    Original, ready to rip out my heart
    Barcelona, how can I be lonely?
    I'm already gone, gone but never giving up

    How many hearts have never beaten?
    How many lovers lost in the sun?
    I might be lost but I believe in living for love
    Because I want it now

    A prisoner
    Gone, gone but never giving up
    You were my reason
    You were my reason to live Writer/s: Craig Kneale, Ross McNae, Sam McTrusty
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