"Talking With Fireworks/ Here, It Never Snowed" as written by Andrew James Macfarlane, James Graham, Mark Gerard Devine and Craig Orzel....
And does your fear not grow when
When you see that you're all mine
See that your all mine
With a knife in your chest
With a knife in your chest

And only songs will know
That their lies aren't over
You come over to me
And everybody's --armoured--

And does your fear not grow
When you see that your all mine
See that your all mine
With a knife in your chest
With a knife in your chest

And over shiver they move,
When the conversation has slowed
And they take back your own time

And only songs well know
That their lies aren't over
And come over to me
And everybody's --armoured--

And does your fear not grow
When you see that your all mine
See that your all mine

With a knife in your chest
With a knife in your chest


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