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I saw the glimmer of a silhouette
The part of me that died had just come back
Empty visions in a parking lot
I spent my whole life lying, I just got caught
Cold and dark by the riverside
I search for answers at night I’ve got nowhere to hide
I’ve got bruises beneath these ripped up jeans, I’m tired of this old life

Where were you when I needed you the most
When it got dark and I got cold
You were never there when I got home
The streetlights sing just like a curse
You only seem to make things worse
Now it’s getting hard to breathe

The streetlights sing me fast asleep

I spent my summers catching fireflies
The part that flickered bright had just now died
My innocence stopped making sense
I’ve got no place left to hide

Where were you when I needed you the most
When it got dark and I got cold
You were never there when I got home
The streetlights sing just like a curse
You only seem to make things worse
Now it’s getting hard to breathe
The streetlights sing me fast asleep

The streetlights sing but the flashlights won’t bring you home
Bring you home

The streetlights sing but the flashlights won’t bring you home
Bring you home

Where were you when I needed you the most
When it got dark and I got cold
You were never there when I got home
The streetlights sing just like a curse
You only seem to make things worse
Now it’s getting hard to breathe
The streetlights sing me fast asleep
Now it’s getting hard to breathe
The streetlights sing me fast asleep
The streetlights sing me fast asleep

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