"Life on the Line" as written by Nicholas Edward James Hallam and Robert Birch....
A feeling of being followed
A feeling of being watched
Isn't easy to define
So I won't trouble you

She put her life on the line

She kept trying
Trying to find
A place to hide
Somewhere inside
Somewhere where
The air was hot
And her blood could rush but she could not
But she could not
But she could not
But she could not

Her logic was too tangled
I couldn't untangle it
How can silence or expression
Stop or start here for anyone

She kept trying
Trying to find
A place to hide
Somewhere inside
Somewhere where
The air was hot
And her blood could rush but she could not
But she could not
But she could not
But she could not

She's got her back to the wall
Some are gone but we're still here
This train is arriving
Steel wheels
Steel wheels
Oh she wants to feel

She kept trying
Trying to find
A place to hide
Somewhere inside
Somewhere where
The air was hot
And her blood could rush but she could not
But she could not

But she could not
But she could not
But she could not
But she could not
But she could not
But she could not
And she could not
And she could not
And she could not
And she could not
And she could not
And she could not


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"Life on the Line" as written by Georgina Birch Victoria Aspinall

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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