"At Night" as written by Stuart Price and Elliot John Gleave....
The fire only burns in your eyes at night
when moths take flight in the dance with the porch light
The fire only burns in your eyes at night
when frog recite and sing in the daylight
The fire only burns in your eyes at night
when the flies have died and gone with the moonlight
The fire only burns in your eyes at night
when the owls preside and scoop of the field mice

And I
was knocking at your door
the day was just a report
you speak a language buzzing all around my ears
but hide your face waiting for the days to disappear

I knocked a new course
pulling us around the last unknown
but where do you go
leaving me to spend my days alone

And I
was knocking at your door
the day was just a report

The fire only burns in your eyes at night
when spiders bites and spins out a new line
The fire only burns in your eyes at night
when the fox connives and darts from the woodpile

And I
was sitting by your bed
It was just a likeness
you speak a language
buzzing all around my ears
but hide your face
waiting for the days to disappear

I knocked a new course
pulling us around the last unknown
but where do you go
leaving me to spend my days alone

And I
was sitting by your bed
but it was just a likeness
The fire only burns in your eyes at the(x3)
The fire only burns in your eyes at night


Lyrics submitted by PhenixFIRE

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