Wild Ones

Album: Cavalier Youth (2014)
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  • I wanna be
    I wanna be wherever you are
    I was around
    I was around from the start
    I've got you in my sights
    I want you there, the rest of tonight
    And I'll say

    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever?
    No.
    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever?
    No.

    I'll tie myself
    I'll tie myself all into knots
    I guess we're lost
    Yeah I felt so lost in my own skin
    It might take a sign, it might take faith
    The things we build, they'll never break
    There are some nights, where the world's apart
    Not this time, no goodbye's

    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever?
    No.
    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever?

    We're the wild ones
    We're the wild ones
    When you go there's no wondering round
    It's me, myself
    We're the wild ones
    We're the wild ones
    When you go there's no wondering round
    It's me, myself and I

    You and I will go so far
    You and I will light the dark
    You're the better half of me
    You're the only half I need

    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever?
    No
    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever?
    No

    Yeah, we're the wild ones
    We're the wild ones
    When you go there's no wondering round
    It's me, myself
    We're the wild ones
    We're the wild ones
    When you go there's no wondering round
    It's me myself and I

    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever?
    Are we gonna live forever? Writer/s: Christopher James Miller, Daniel David Flint, Josh James Alphonse Franceschi, Matthew James Barnes, Max Michael Helyer
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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