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Catch me a shooting star, I need to hear some good news,
Streetlight keeps calling me, into the shadows with you,

I'll lie awake 'til, sweet morning breaks in my heart,
I'll lie and wonder when lightning and thunder will pass,

So I'm leaving coherent thoughts behind,
I'm counting the hours, 'til I'm by your side,
And I don't wanna feel, this weight on my shoulders,
I'm hoping it ain't hopeless.

Meet me at the parking lot, and we can both drive to the moon,
You can be dynamite, and honey, I'll be the fuse,

I'll lie awake 'til you fall asleep in my arms,
One parting kiss and I'm already missing you now.

So I'm leaving coherent thoughts behind,
I'm counting the hours, 'til I'm by your side,
And I don't wanna feel, this weight on my shoulders,
I'm hoping it ain't hopeless.

I'll lie awake 'til, sweet morning breaks in my heart,
I'll lie and wonder when lightning and thunder will pass,

So I'm leaving coherent thoughts behind,
I'm counting the hours, 'til I'm by your side,
And I don't wanna feel, this weight on my shoulders,
I'm hoping it ain't hopeless.
I'm hoping it ain't hopeless.



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