"We'll Talk" as written by and Steven/northey Drake....
Your tear walked down from my fingertip
Like a ladybug, sidetracked from it's fated trip
We never got to the touching feeling
'Cause the skin's too sensitive when the wounds are healing

Like ice cream too close to the playground
I'm no good for you, but you still want me around
If you pick the moments when the cheeks were glowing
Well, and I hope they're enough to keep you going

And we'll talk, and we'll talk, and we'll talk, till we understand enough
And we'll talk, and we'll talk, and we'll talk, till every word's used up
And we'll talk, and we'll talk, and we'll talk, like this was the toughest love
And then we'll fall asleep

Your pain begins at the point of trust
Like life begins at the very flashpoint of lust
There's sun and moon in every movement
You can live with it or expect improvement


And into our dreams
Where we won't have to figure out
What anything means
And in there we can do whatever I choose
But I'm faithful when there's no way I can lose


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"We'll Talk" as written by Doug Elliott Craig William Andrew Northey

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