I walk ahead alone, you tell me not to go so fast
But I am slower than you think, I am as careful as your touch
When you want me to relax, I am as serious as your looks
When you want me to believe, whoa, whoa
Here is a blueprint of your past
Here is a blueprint of your destiny
I walk ahead alone, you tell me not to go so fast

I sneak around the corner with a blueprint of my lover
Yeah, with a blueprint of my life, I would better run for cover
I sneak around the corner with a blueprint of my lover
Yeah, with a blueprint of my life, I would better run for cover, yeah

I walk ahead alone, you tell me, "never ever leave me"
But I am already gone, I am further than the wall
You have built around your future
Yes, I am higher than the tower
You climb in a suicidal mood, whoa, whoa, whoa
Here is a blueprint of your past
Here is a blueprint of your destiny
That's all there is of you and that's all there is of me, yeah

I sneak around the corner with a blueprint of my lover
Yeah, with a blueprint of my life, I would better run for cover
I sneak around the corner with a blueprint of my lover
Yeah, with a blueprint of my life, I would better run for cover

Sneak around the corner with a blueprint of my lover
Yeah, a blueprint of my life
I would better run, run, run, run, run and

I sneak around the corner with a blueprint of my lover
With a blueprint of my life, I should better run for cover

Hey

I sneak around the corner with a blueprint of my lover
Yeah, with a blueprint of my life, I would better run for cover
Sneak around the corner with a blueprint of my lover
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Sneak around the corner with a blueprint of my lover
I run, run, I run for cover, yeah, yeah


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Blueprint Lyrics as written by Michael Beckmann Katharina Franck

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