• Learn to fly,
    Learn to fly,
    Show the world
    How you try.

    But don't let go
    Until you know,
    Until you know
    Me.

    'Cause I can see,
    I can see
    All the things
    Arresting me.
    But I control,
    I control.

    When I get home,
    When I get home,
    I want to feel less alone.
    I couldn't feel,
    I couldn't feel
    Anybody.

    This isn't home,
    This isn't home,
    I couldn't feel more alone.
    I need to feel,
    I need to feel
    Somebody.

    'Cause I see the world
    In different colors
    To someone like you.

    This day, we'll all pull you in
    Romantic and drenched in sin.
    But you only have an amount of time
    Until this place
    Will swallow you whole.

    And everything I cannot imagine.
    This dim-lit room has seen much before me.
    And I don't want
    To ever know,
    To know.

    The city will pull you in
    Romantic and drenched in sin
    But you only have an amount of time
    Until this place
    Will swallow you whole. Writer/s: ALEXANDER JAMES TRIMBLE, KEVIN STEPHEN BAIRD, SAMUEL MATTHEW HALLIDAY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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