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Silhouette Lyrics

Artist: Deacon Blue and Ricky Ross
Album: When the World Knows Your Name

down in the streets they're walking and kissing
all he sees is the lights in her her eyes
she feels his hand and smells his warm breath
looking up all she sees is the night sky

he saw her standing there alone
she saw him walking the whole town behind him
he loved to whisper gently to her
she heard the whole world shouting and screaming

oh since first we met
my dark sweet silhouette
oh nothing nothing you forget
in your heart my dark my dark sweet silhouette

he told her everything he wanted her to know
she showed him the big picture
he gave her beads and clothes and promises
she gave him golden strings and things that don't break down

oh since first we met
my dark sweet silhouette
oh nothing nothing you forget
in your heart my dark my dark sweet silhouette

all she sees are the stars in the night sky
looking down all he sees are the street lights in her eye

oh since first we met
my dark sweet silhouette
oh nothing nothing you forget
in your heart my dark my dark sweet silhouette
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