I don't know how long you've been around but I guess it's all really safe and sound
Since you're giving me the silent treatment
Though I know there's something eating you and you're got my ear with that you do
But you give me the moral high ground again and again

I think there is hope for what we share
Since we can't seem to black out something
'Cause in the wake of love, this everlasting love
One can't seem out to black out something

What the hell is wrong with you, is there anything going through
'Cause now you're leaving all the innocence away
'Cause even with a broken clock is right at least twice a day
So I guess it's fine for you to start thinking

I think there is hope for what we share
Since we can't seem to black out something
'Cause in the wake of love, this everlasting love
One can't seem out to black out something

Does this song alarm you, are you listening, are you listening
This is not some rough patch your having, your having

I think there is hope for what we share
Since we can't seem to black out something
'Cause in the wake of love, this everlasting love
One can't seem out to black out something


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