"Fireworks" as written by and Caitlin Cary Michael Daly....
Oh, when you're leaving for the hundredth time of day
Looking for a reason, a reason lived to stay
What about the promises, the promises you can't keep?
Sometimes when you're wounded, there ain't enough reason to bleed

Oh don't hurry your heart
No, don't hurry your heart
Please don't hurry your heart
This time

Now you're really going like a hundred times before
Is there any reason not to step through that door?
Forget about the promises, the promises you can't keep
When you look behind you there's nothing there to see

Oh don't hurry your heart
No, don't hurry your heart
Please don't hurry your heart
This time

Flashing lights and exit signs, fall away into the night
Like everything you couldn't take with you
There's nothing left to break

Everybody's talking
When you want to say your piece
Everybody's leavin'
Right when you were feeling at ease
Sometimes when he's rushing
He's telling you to hurry up

Oh don't hurry your heart
No, don't hurry your heart
Please don't hurry your heart
This time

La da da da da da
Yeah, yeah
La da da da da da



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"Fireworks" as written by Michael Daly Caitlin Cary

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