"Empty Streets" as written by and Eric Mendelsohn David Weingarten....
I know a woman
She's as cold as stone
And she hides in the shadows
Of an empty road

I tried to break her
But she couldn't be broke
And we walk together
On this empty road

But I need a lover, not just an other
Not just some body to spend the night
You want my reasons, I couldn't tell you
And if I did it would it ease your mind?

I need a heart beat
To keep me on my feet

Pretty girls, born in the 90s
They don't know much of 85
They're alive, I'm barely breathing
Wanna remember what that feels like

I need a lover, not just an other
Not just somebody to spend the night
Don't need an answer, don't need a reason
Things come apart baby that's alright

I need a heart beat
To keep me on my feet

Walking on empty streets
I give up
Walking on empty streets
'Cause they're filled with the faces
Of people I never meet

I run through the valleys
Between buildings and concrete
All I hear are the echoes
Where there once was a heart beat beat beat beating

I need a heart beat
To keep me on my feet
Walking on empty streets

I need a heart beat
To keep me on my feet
Walking on empty streets


Lyrics submitted by cooperw

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