Paroles de Daybreak

Marie Digby

pochette album Daybreak
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If these walls could talk they'd whisper just hold on
Don't let the sunshine in this place
If we lose the night it might not be the same, not the same

You look at my eyes and tell me things won't change
Then i'll feel safe letting you go

But i don't wanna move, don't let go of this moment
I don't wanna close my eyes, don't wanna miss a thing
I don't wanna know if this is tonight only

Stop time, stop the daylight
'cause when the day breaks
When the day, when the day
It might all be over

When the day, when the day
When the day breaks it might all be over
When the day, when the day
When the day breaks

Trace my skin, hold out your hands and let me in
The truth is coming through those blinds
I'm afraid the truth might be unkind, so unkind

You look at my eyes and tell me things won't change
Then i'll feel safe letting you go

But i don't wanna move, don't let go of this moment
I don't wanna close my eyes, don't wanna miss a thing
I don't wanna know if this is tonight only

Stop time, stop the daylight
'cause when the day breaks
When the day, when the day
It might all be over

When the day, when the day
When the day breaks it might all be over
When the day, when the day
When the day breaks

Don't let the break of day
Change the way we feel tonight, tonight, tonight

But i don't wanna move, don't let go of this moment
I don't wanna close my eyes, don't wanna miss a thing
I don't wanna know if this is tonight only

Stop time, stop the daylight
'cause when the day breaks
When the day, when the day
It might all be over

I don't wanna move, don't let go of this moment
I don't wanna close my eyes, don't wanna miss a thing
I don't wanna know if this is tonight only

Stop time, stop the daylight
'cause when the day breaks
When the day, when the day
It might all be over

When the day, when the day
When the day breaks it might all be over
When the day, when the day
When the day breaks

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