"Roman Candle" as written by Peter Duncan Liddle, Matthew Taylor, Scott Miller and Jonathan Warren....
There were eyes on us,
Parents advising us.
Oh, we pretended
Not to hear.

Take your time on us,
Ripen the vine on us.
Oh but you whisper
In my ear

In the sea of love there ain't no tide.
In the clutching fist of time
We'll survive

My light never burned that bright,
But I know a sign when I see it

Now you know

If they wound me,
Blew us like a ship at sea
It doesn't mean
I'm uncertain.
Just afraid.

You like the sound of love,
Of drinking the dragon's blood.
Oh, but you might not
Like the taste.

In the sea of love there ain't no tide
In the clutching fist of time
We'll survive.

My light never burned that bright,
But I know a sign when I see it.
It darkens my doorway and I need you.

Now you know.

The sea of love it sees no tide.
But the clutching fist of time is a vice.

My light never burned that bright,
But I know a sign when I see it.
It darkens my doorway and I need you.

Now you know.


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