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Don't worry now, it's all erased
Burn to grey and white
Your fireproof heart was never wasted
And steady all the while
So You say

Don't worry now, it's all come back
Color rests in night
You'll be there, you'll see her face
And hear her all the while

By the time you've found your way,
You've gotta run right back to the start
Don't think you've lost
You've gotta run right back to the start
And when you finally think it's gone
You've gotta run right back to her arms

Don't worry now, it's all erased
Burn to grey and white
Tell yourself you don't still taste her
Or here her flues at night

By the time you've found your way,
You've gotta run right back to the start
Don't think you've lost
You've gotta run right back to the start
And when you finally think it's gone
You've gotta run right back to her arms

What wrong, fast enough to lose yourself

By the time you've found you way,
You've gotta run right back to the start
Don't think you've lost
You've gotta run right back to the start
And when you finally think it's gone
You've gotta run right back to the start
You've gotta run right back to the start
You've gotta run right back to the start
You've gotta run right back to her arms



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