On my bench with nothing to do,
Only birds to threat with my shoe.
Day is done, winter’s hiding behind blossoms paintings.
Bless you girl, you ran into my sight
And from there I didn’t feel quite right.
How could I know this would’ve meant so many losses,
Harmful days to come. How I could I know this would’ve joined us?
Cause all they said gave us the strength

To fight, to bite, to grow.
Sometimes the stereotypes are flies we smash against the wall.
Miles away the stars do rise. Maybe there’s one for both of us.
Run, but now, no one can’t stop us holding hands.

No one said I was to old for you.
Well, you just gave my soul a second youth.
Though they begged: « just be friends, forget improper feelings »
We were kids with diamonds in our blood
We exchanged without saying the words.
We were strong, ready to break free from any wisdom.
Wiping out the rules. Rushing through walls. Building bridges.
Cause all they said gave us the strength

To fight, to bite, to grow.
Sometimes the stereotypes are flies we smash against the wall.
Miles away the stars do rise. Maybe there’s one for both of us.
Run, but now, no one can’t stop us holding hands.

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