‘Bonfire’ released by Third Eye Blind

A little early in spring, a bonfire ring
She’s shivering alone
I bumped into you somehow
But you can wear

My duct-taped vest
It’s a party best
It’s really all I own
Everything’s changing now

And I am high like a star that’s flying
Cassiopeia
Everything’s changing now

She said it’s alright
She said no don’t die alone
There’s no goodbyes

Lightning comes and lightning goes
And it’s all the same to me
Let it in
Cuz I want you so
I can hardly breathe or release
Into one thousand pieces
I have broke into
Over you
The chain will soon be gone,
I keep burning on and on and on

If nothing else I am myself
That’s all I have to give
Everything’s changing now

Oh we could live like kings
If we take a risk
Or we could live in doubt
Everything’s changing now
Oh now
Come on, come on

And lightning comes and lightning goes
And it’s all the same to me
Let it in
Cuz I want you so
I can hardly breathe or release
Into one thousand pieces
I have broke into
Over you
The chain will soon be gone,
And I keep burning on and on

This, this is, this is the last time, its the last time
This, this is, this is your goodbye
This, this is, this is the last time
This, this is, this is your goodbye

Some girls will break you down
Just to see you come undone
Everything’s changing now

Maybe you and I are cursed
Maybe you and I are one
And that’s the universe
Around, around she drags you

Lightning comes and lightning goes
It’s all the same to me
Let it in
Cuz I want you so
I can hardly breathe or release
Into one thousand pieces
I have broke into
Over you
We’ll stop the flames at dawn,
I keep burning on and on and on
I really love you!

Did you get what you wanted?
Did you get what you wanted?
Did you get what you wanted?

 

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  1. “Bonfire” was released by Third Eye Blind on their “Ursa Major” album in August 2009.

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