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In the party love
Some band's playing, 'Hallelujah, Hallelujah'
In the corner love
All night girls drink wine and try to sing along

I made a mess of things
The stops and in betweens they weigh me down
You got someone new
Singing you your songs now, I, I

Sooner surrender
Than watch the last wall collapse
Sooner surrender
And our love would count for everything

In my sweetest dreams it's just you and me
And we pray goodbye
I wake reminded love, how I just gave up
And how you moved on, how you moved on

I’m waiting for something
I’ve waited for now
For the rolling canyons of love and I’m tongue tied
And you're coming alive, coming alive

Sooner surrender
Than watch the last wall collapse
Sooner surrender
And our love would count for everything

I’m sorry that you've gone
So sorry that you've gone
I’m sorry that you've gone
Love

And I’m sorry that you've gone
So sorry that you've gone away
You're a little bit right
More than a little bit right
With my arms around you

Sooner surrender
Than watch the last wall collapse
Sooner surrender
And our love would count for everything

Sooner surrender
Than watch the last wall collapse, I know
Sooner surrender
And our love would count for everything
And our love would count for everything
I miss when you were everything



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