"Late Nights" as written by Robert Conley, Joel Chapman and Christian Lo Russo....
Slow down, you’re thinking way too much
Too close, but maybe it’s not enough
I still remember I’ve been here before

And we used to run around
Getting busy, going out
And we never cared about if we
Would be coming home tonight

We’re never coming home tonight
We’re never coming home

I fell in love, we could do anything
We used to think we’d save the world
I fell in love when I was seventeen
With late nights and disco girls

Walk down the streets where we used to live
We’d sit for hours and never leave
You’d fall asleep while you were watching the stars

And we thought that we could fly
Getting lost and getting high
It was wrong but it felt right
And we won’t be coming home tonight

We’re never coming home tonight
We’re never coming home

I fell in love, we could do anything
We used to think we’d save the world
I was in love when I was seventeen
With late nights and disco girls

We’re never coming home
We’re never coming home

I fell in love, we could do anything
We used to think we’d save the world
I was in love when I was seventeen
With late nights and disco girls

I fell in love, we could do anything
We used to think we’d save the world
I was in love when I was seventeen
With late nights and disco girls

We’re never coming home
We’re never coming home

Late nights and disco girls
Late nights
Late nights and disco girls


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