Black Chandelier Karaoke Biffy Clyro

Karaoke Black Chandelier Biffy Clyro

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In the same key as the original: G♯m

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Lyrics of Black Chandelier

I shouldn't laugh but
I know I'm a failure in your eyes
I know it's daft but
I guess I know it deep inside
It feels like we're ready to crack these days you and I
When it's just the two of us only the two of us I could die
You left my heart like an abandoned car
Old and worn out, no use at all but I used to be free
We're gonna separate ourselves tonight
We're always running scared but holding knives
But there's a black chandelier it's casting shadows and lies
I'll sit in silence for the rest of my life if you'd like
Dressing our wounds with industrial gloves made of wire
Feel it penetrating the skin we begin to relax
When it's just the two of us and a cute little cup of cyanide
You left my heart like an abandoned car
Old and worn out, no use at all but I used to be free
We're gonna separate ourselves tonight
We're always running scared but holding knives
But there's a black chandelier it's casting shadows and lies
We're gonna separate ourselves tonight
We're always running scared but holding knives
But there's a black chandelier
You left my heart like an abandoned car
Old and worn out, no use at all but I used to be free
We're gonna separate ourselves tonight
We're always running scared but holding knives
But there's a black chandelier it's casting shadows and lies
We're gonna separate ourselves tonight
We're always running scared but holding knives
But there's a black chandelier

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