"Longer Fuse" as written by and Dan Hill....
You walked into my room, a lover from the past
A lifetime since I looked into your eye-eyes
You held me like one holds onto a dream that has gone bad
Ain't it scary how so many dreams run dry

You've traveled round the world two times since you've left me
Fell in love three times, grown restless another four
But through the haze of love and pain
You say you wanna feel young again
Ain't it funny how that happens when you get older
Whoa when you get o-older

And you don't know-ow me anymore, I've changed
The innocence you found disappeared when you went away
And I don't fall in love that quickly like I used to do
The passion still explodes, bound by a longer fuse

You're livin' with a rock 'n' roll musician off the coast
I hope he makes it, walk alone at night just to get away
He waits for you in bed and when it don't feel good you learn to fake it
I can see you lyin' silent in your rage, woh-oh in silent rage

And you don't know-ow me anymore, I've changed
The innocence you found disappeared when you went away
And I don't fall in love that quickly like I used to do
The passion still explodes, bound by a longer fuse
Bound by a longer fuse (I don't fall in love)
Bound by a longer fuse (I don't fall in love)
(I don't fall in love)


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"Longer Fuse" as written by Dan Hill

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