"White Flag" as written by Gordon Scott Kennedy and Wayne Kirkpatrick....
I say black, you say white
I say day, you call it a night
What's wrong with this scene?
What does this mean?

You set me up, shoot me down
I'm wounded on this battleground
It's time, for sure, for ending this war
'Cause my heart can't take anymore

Sendin' up, sendin' up, sendin' up a white flag
Love won't have a chance if all we do is just fight about it
Sendin' up, sendin' up, sendin' up a white flag
Damn these circumstance
Love is headed for a fall
So before we lose it all, oh baby
I'm sendin' up a white flag

Place no blame; what's the use?
Lay these weapons down and call a truce
Can't we (can't we) work it out (work it out)
'Cause I love you, baby, ain't no doubt
Isn't that what love's about?

Sendin' up, sendin' up, sendin' up a white flag
Love won't have a chance if all we do is fight about it
Sendin' up, sendin' up, sendin' up a white flag
Damn these circumstance
Love is headed for a fall
So before we lose it all, oh baby
I'm sendin' up a white flag

I'm sendin' up a white flag
I'm sendin' up a white flag
I'm sendin' up a white flag
I'm sendin' up a white flag


Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

"White Flag" as written by Eliot Andrew Fish Gregory Wayne Atkinson

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

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