"Landmine" as written by and Jonatha Brooke....
There never was a world I couldn't sing into place until now
There never was a love that I could not replace until now
Winter was hard, we came out with our hearts frozen through
Now we're holding our breath, and I'm trying to hold on to you

What was it that you wanted that I didn't understand
The Boomerang of expectation's back to bite the hand

I give my love to you
And you, you walk away too soon

A landmine doesn't take much to trigger the blast
You could feel along my faults and defenses at last
Someday you'll dismantle the colored wires
Yellow, green or red, is it love or desire

You can face me now or you can shrug and act surprised
Either way someday you'll see yourself reflected in my eyes

I give my love to you
And you, so brave, sing "heroes" when you're all alone
You balk at what you should have known,
You've got nothing to lose, but me

You lose me, love me, choose me

There never was a world I couldn't sing into place until now
There never was a love that I could not replace until now

But I, I give my love to you
And you, you walk away too soon
I, I give my love to you
And you, so brave,
Sing "Heroes" when you're all alone,
You balk at what you should've known
You've got nothing to lose, but me
You lose me, love me, choose me





Lyrics submitted by silent_dancer

"Landmine" as written by Jonatha Brooke

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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