"The Night" as written by Troy Baker Stewart, Gavin Bernard Fox, Paul James Brennan, David Alexander Magee and Nathan Connolly....
Your touch, sent me in a spin
Fired up, now I'm in trouble
Bit my lip, left your make on me
Tore your dress, scratches on my skin

If I'm going, I ain't going alone
If I'm going, I ain't going alone

The night, the night has a hold on me
Am I, am I guilty?
Tonight, tonight I'm where I wanna be
Am I, am I guilty?

Hang my head, try and hide the smile
Stay here, in the dull light
Trust me, no one will know
I should go, one minute more

Don't leave, I don't want you to go
Don't leave, I don't want you to go

The night, the night has a hold on me
Am I, am I guilty
Tonight, tonight I'm where I wanna be
Am I, am I guilty

You warned me don't leave, I don't want you to go
If I'm going home, I ain't going alone
You warned me don't leave, I don't want you to go
If I'm going home, I ain't going alone


Lyrics submitted by TheBronze

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