"She's Gone" as written by Steve Robson, Martin Brammer and Jack Mcmanus....
And we're moving far too fast now
Our feet don't touch the ground
You know it couldn't get much higher
That's why we're coming down

We leave the zero pool of gravity
Back into the atmosphere
Burning up again

Now she's gone
I think she won the war
But what's the fighting for
Forgot myself again
One on one
They both feel the same
When the feelings fade away
And she's gone
And we can start again

Sometimes it's easier pretending
We fall as perfect as we can be
Back into the atmosphere
Love's burning up again

Now she's gone
I think she won the war
But what's the fighting for
Forgot myself again
One on one
They both feel the same
When the feelings fade away
And she's gone
And we can start again

We can't avoid it
And it gets us every time
We have a choice but
We're leaving it behind
A million miles away
I never though I’d hear you say

Now she's gone
I think she won the war
But what's the fighting for
Forgot myself again
One on one
They both feel the same
When the feelings fade away
And she's gone
And we can start again


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