"Daylight" as written by Adam Levine, Samuel Denison Martin, Max Martin and Mason David Levy....
how i knew you'd be gone from the time you were born
and it came right through to the cloud that you're on

dawn of this stuff wasn't nearly enough
though i thought it would keep you here
when the sun came up boy you disappeared

how the years carry on and some go in between
and it takes much more than at first you'd believe
now the sun from the fields glowing hot and everything turns to gray
and the sun went down and all this went away

will ever i remember what to say and what you seem to find?
and i had never heard you call for me outside
outside

there's a story i've told that i want you to hear
doesn't mean run now even though it's unclear
what if our time was no way to become though i thought it would keep you here
when the day was done it all disappeared

will ever i remember what to say and what you seem to find?
suddenly i'm not the only one in daylight

and everything will stay the same for me
the changing of the tide
and i had never heard you call for me outside

oh everything will stay the same for me
the changing of the tide
and i had never heard you call for me outside
outside


Lyrics submitted by pandora_ash_avalie

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