"Trouble in Paradise" as written by Mark Ronson, Alex Greenwald, Elizabeth Anne Berg and Thomas R Brenneck....
I see trouble in paradise, but that's just my eyes
You did your time, lit it go, Ruby don't cry

Be careful, your one life to live is sleeping
And it's almost too gone
I need you to keep yourself alive and kicking
So I hope I'm wrong
When I see the signs of my worst fears dawning on and on
I hope I've lost my touch to see your heart

'Cause I see trouble in paradise, but that's just my eyes
You did your time, lit it go, Ruby don't cry
I see trouble in paradise, but that's just my eyes
You've lost your glow, let me know, Ruby don't lie

You promised you'd never give in to your sickness
Did you mean it at all?
Just promise you'll let me back in if you need it
Baby give me a shot
Pupils wide like blurry pools, your lips are cracked and dry
Just tell me that my instincts aren't all right

'Cause I see trouble in paradise, but that's just my eyes
You did your time, lit it go, Ruby don't cry
I see trouble in paradise, but that's just my eyes
You've lost your glow, let me know, Ruby don't lie

Wait, growing up is a sad affair
You don't get a chance to prepare
'Til it's too late and you've been broken
Hey, I hear the grave is a lonely place
Just remember the hearts that break
As you keep sinking lower lower
Don't just leg go!

I see trouble in paradise, but that's just my eyes
You did your time, lit it go, Ruby don't cry
I see trouble in paradise tell me that it's just my eyes
You've lost your glow,
Let it go, Ruby don't cry
Let me know, Ruby don't lie
Let it go, Ruby don't die!


Lyrics submitted by Ian-sama

"Trouble in Paradise" as written by Thomas R Brenneck Elizabeth Anne Berg

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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