opium lestre


Shooting star - Hale


So many times you've hurt me
So many times you've fooled me
But you'll be doing it again

So many times we've spent in
Too many lives we've been in
But you're doing it again

To me the nights have fallen
The lights are on and off again
Is there a chance that you won't die
Won't die, with me tonight?

Like a shooting star to where you are
Are we too late am I too soon?
You'll make it through you've gone too far
Will you ever be my star?

I'm holding on to nothing
No reason worth for living
I'm calling out to you

If it's the only way to keep you
Then I don't want to break you
I'm losing grip again

With you the nights have fallen
The lights are on and off again
Is there a chance that you wont die
Won't die, with me tonight?

Like a shooting star to where you are
Are we too late am I too soon
You'll make it through you've gone too far
Will you ever be my star?

You're a shooting star to where you are
Are we too late am I too soon
You'll make it through you've gone too far
Will you ever be my star?
Will you ever be my star?

You're walking away
I'll be seeing you through a satellite

If you go
Then I'm walking away

Submitted: Friday, October 11, 2013

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