"Alarms in the Heart" as written by Peter Duncan Liddle, Matthew Taylor, Scott Miller and Jonathan Warren....
Our dialogue ended before I intended,
I had to let go.
But I hope you're well,
I see you around the neighborhood,
it's just so hard to know.

Such over-exacting and delicate acting,
I never know why.
Is it peace of mind,
Maybe all that I need,
is that you'd be straight with me tonight.

Half the town are underground,
and half are halfway there,
and we're the only good ones left.

If there's a tremor in earth, love,
a ripple in the water,
come back to haunt you,
keeping you awake.
I heard it before now,
that we don't listen very much,
to alarms in the heart, love.

The spiritual fabric,
is sex and its magic,
it's kind of a hell.
But I tell myself,
it's the end of the world and it makes no difference to me now.

Half the town are underground,
and half are halfway there,
and we're the only good ones left.

Always argue down and out,
and you'll be in the clear,
it's just the way it is, I guess.

If there's a tremor in earth, love,
something in the water,
come back to haunt you,
and you lie awake.
I heard it before now,
that we don't listen very much,
to alarms in the heart, love.

If there's a tremor in earth, love
a ripple in the water,
come back to haunt you,
keeping you awake.
I heard it before now,
that we don't listen very much,
to alarms in the heart, love.
Okay


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