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Metric – Hardwire lyrics

Giving for chances to
Leave the basement life
And not the landlord's wife.
Furnished room
Celebrate the first flight window
Bird's eye view.

You hardwire
I'll try to play the guitar.
Stay smoke is gone
Pass by the morning
Though we both see it coming
We don't run.
Let the silence settle in our bones.

You are everything you are
Nothing at all.
You are everything you are
Nothing at all.
You are every night you fade
To light you fade
To light the room.
Daylight writes a new light on you.

Giving for chances to
Take it all in stride
Why'd we walk a broken line
Of minus signs.

You hardwire
I'll try to play the guitar.
Stay smoke is gone
Pass by the morning
Though we both see it coming
We don't run.
Let the silence settle in our bones.

You are everything you are
Nothing at all.
You are everything you are
Nothing at all.
You are every night you fade
To light you fade
To light the room.
Daylight writes a new light on you.

You leave your eyes there for me to memorize.
I can see you happy in the shadows I despise.

You hardwire
I'll try to play the guitar.
You hardwire
I'll try to play the guitar.
You hardwire
I'll try to play the guitar.
You hardwire
I'll try to play the guitar.



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