"Just Smoke" as written by Edward James Milton Dwane, Marcus Oliver Johnstone Mumford, Benjamin Walter David Lovett and Winston Aubrey Aladar Marshall....
Tell my thoughts to resign
And lift you from my mind
I'm not ready I'm not strong enough
To cradle the weight of your love

Just take a minute take a breath
Lay down your head on my sunken chest
I saw a flicker then just smoke
But as you left I was calling your name at the night

Thought we were done
Young love would keep us young
I thought we were done
And young love would keep us young

I thought we fell to the ground
I see you whimper with no sound
Open my mouth to breath some words of peace
But the silence gives nothing back to me

So I'll be a shadow of the flame
I lent down to kiss you then erased my name
And I'll be a whisper on the wind
My hands are shaking from holding so tight for so long

The flame burnt out in our empty hands
But now I see it's got nothing to do
It's got nothing to do with

You thought we were done
Young love would keep us young
I thought we were done
And young love would keep us young

(Why do I keep falling) I thought we were done
(Why do I keep falling) And young love would keep us young
(Why do I keep falling) I thought we were done
(Why do I keep falling) And young love would keep us young


Lyrics submitted by ColinE92

"Just Smoke" as written by Edward James Milton Dwane Benjamin Walter David Lovett

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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