"Indoor Firework" as written by and Vijay Amrutlal Mistry Nicholas Matthew Baines....
So we started off in the heat of the sun
Getting all our holidays at once
From afternoons we'd stay out till the light's gone
And we carried on to the best of our drum, being unaware the time was on
The colours changed and day turns into night time

Love is a weapon
Life is a war
Death is a number, waiting to fall
Living and I believe, and I believe in the living
Oh oh

Hold me now, indoor firework
Cold as hell, indoor firework

I could picture you by the side of the road,
In the sodium light and winter cloth
We said goodbye,
Held you for the last time

I didn't know back then you were letting me go
Names were written in the snow
I still believed the day can last a life time

Love is a weapon,
Life is a war
Death is a number waiting to fall
And living and I believe,
And I believe in the living

Hold me now, indoor firework
Cold as hell, indoor firework
Hold me now, indoor firework
Cold as hell, that's the way it works

I feel it coming, and I know it's coming out of this
I feel it coming, and I feel it coming through the mist at night

Hold me now, indoor firework
Cold as hell, indoor firework
Hold me now, indoor firework
Cold as hell, that's the way it works


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Indoor Firework" as written by Vijay Amrutlal Mistry Nicholas Matthew Baines

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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