We got dizzy off whatever made us shine
In airports chasing planes with sore heads full of ‘bad goodbyes’
Melbourne
Meet at sundown
Sydney
I rub my eyes
Crossing rivers on crocodile smiles ‘till they get us right

Flick on the daylights
Put a palm to my brow and turn them to the sunrise
It’s fuzzy sometimes when we’re striking midnight more like a batsman
Than a match
Tumble too downhill to plant the flags
Flick on the daylights

If i entertain you would you applaud?
Throw roses to the stage or place them by my headstone?
Melbourne
Meet at sundown
Sydney
I rub my eyes
I’m only your star ‘till I burn up better that than fade out

Flick on the daylights
Put a palm to my brow and turn them to the sunrise
It’s fuzzy sometimes when we’re striking midnight more like a batsman than a match
Tumble too downhill to plant the flags
Flick on the daylights

Having too good a time today to think about tomorrow
Brothers and sisters I’m feeling your sorrow in ways you can’t imagine
I robbed the sort of banks they’d get baptized in to feel the buzz
Of being born again

Flick on the daylights
Put a palm to my brow and turn them to the sunrise
It’s fuzzy sometimes when we’re striking midnight more like a batsman
Than a match
Tumble too downhill to plant the flags
Flick on the daylights

Flick on the daylights
(Flick on the daylights)
It’s fuzzy sometimes
(It’s fuzzy sometimes)
More like a batsman than a match
Tumble too downhill to plant the flags
Flick on the daylights


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