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Paper Aeroplanes – Cliche lyrics
Once upon a time
All your thoughts were the same as mine
We were good as gold together and the stars would aline

But lightening might never strike twice
And sparks might never fly

But it's a cliche and that's all I have
Try to get over you but I can't
Cliche not anything more
But that's what I loved you for
And though the songs have been sung before
I sing along
To everyone

In those autumn day
We's hide away in the same cafes
Watching the colours burn and simmer and get blown away

But rain pours down over this town
And life gets in the way.

I still long for you
My first tatoo
My right and wrong
You are my favourite song

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