Empty Streets

Lyrics for Empty Streets by Ghost Beach

I know a woman, she’s as cold as a stone
And she hides in the shadows of an empty road
I tried to break her, but she couldn’t be broke
And we walked together, on this empty road
But I need a lover, not just another
Not just somebody, to spend the night
You want my reasons, I couldn’t tell you
And if I did, it wouldn’t ease your mind
(I need a hearbeat, to keep me on my feet)
Pretty girls born in the 90′s, they don’t know much of ’85
They’re alive, I’m barely breathing
Wanna remember what that feels like
I need a lover, not just another
Not just somebody to spend the night
Don’t need an answer, don’t need a reason
Things grow apart, baby that’s alright
(I need a heartbeat, to keep me on my feet, walking on empty streets)
I give up, walking on empty streets
Cause they’re filled with the faces, of people I never need
I run through the valleys, between buildings and concrete
All I hear are the echoes, where there once was a heart beat beat beat
I need a heartbeat, to keep me on my feet
Walking on empty streets
I need a heartbeat, to keep me on my feet
Walking on empty streets

Lyrics submitted by Whitney