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Out in the city, bad eyes meeting
They’ve taken a piece of my mind
Walking in a river, a river of blood
We start to burn

Love at first sight in the dizzy night
Takes away a weight from ya head
At the corner of the street
Demons’ve taken my mind

There’s no love here tonight
And that girls look at me
With two shameless eyes

[Chorus:]
When the light begins to fade into the night
You shine so bright
I see the angels setting fires, setting fights
When the lights begin to fade into the dark
I see you burn
No one leaves until the dawn

Dancin’ in the dark figures of harmless heat
Talkin’ with no words, touching with no hands
Burning till the end!

There’s no love here tonight
And that girls look at me
With two shameless eyes

[Chorus:]
When the light begins to fade into the night
You shine so bright
I see the angels setting fires, setting fights
When the lights begin to fade into the dark
I see you burn
No one leaves until the dawn



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