You Don’t Have to Go Lyrics – The War on Drugs

The War On Drugs - You Don't Have To Go [Official Audio]

You Don’t Have to Go Lyrics – The War on Drugs

[Verse 1]
Love is a bird I can’t even see
Even in the darkness right in front of me
And you were shining bright through the window
In the morning
There’s a tone that rises gently
With the wind

[Verse 2]
You can be free, sometimes brave
Sometimes all you wanna do is run away
I don’t need the curse, the hurt is much too real
Are we even lost?
I’m silently waiting
For how the room will be painted

Yeah, I know
It’s hard
This time
Yeah, I know
That you know
This time

[Verse 3]
How could I wait ’til you recognized me
When you were there inside my dreams?
No, you don’t have to go, I wanna make you stay
I heard the news today

[Verse 4]
I’ve been up since the break of dawn
I lost my mind today
I’m at the sea, and I can hear the trains
Winds of change so new
Blowin’ right through me and blowin’ back through you
Then pull you into the light, light, yeah

[Instrumental Break]

[Verse 5]
Now I’m home and it’s clear you’re gone
Lost my edge today
Singing all the songs in the pouring rain
Pushed and pulled apart
At the seams, I can feel the chains
The winds of love blow few
Let it move through me, let it blow through you
And take you into the night, yeah, ooh


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About The War on Drugs

The War On Drugs

The War on Drugs is an American rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, formed in 2005. The band consists of Adam Granduciel, David Hartley, Robbie Bennett, Charlie Hall, John Natchez and Anthony LaMarca. Wikipedia.