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Wake me up from the long way that we've come
Just to find out that it's all been said and done
But we'll do it again and say it's all in our heads

Something automatic when you speak before you think
And you walk beside yourself to pass the time
If you never play the game you never lose anyway

See the photograph on an empty wall
Pictures of a life I can't call my own
I need a love that won't do me wrong
Waiting for the sound of a false alarm
The pictures all that I know

So afraid to unravel what we've made
Out of everything that changed before our eyes
You see the turning of the tide bring us back to the shore

Take a photograph and it starts to fade to black
Someday you might never know if I was there
It's the harder that you try that makes it hard to let go

See the photograph on an empty wall
Pictures of a life I can't call my own
I need a love that won't do me wrong
Waiting for the sound of a false alarm
The pictures all that I know

See the photograph
Are the pictures real
See the photograph
Are the pictures real
Want the pictures to be real
Want the pictures

APPEARS ON:
M83: Junk

YEAR RELEASED:
2016

LENGTH:
4:09

WRITTEN BY:
Anthony Gonzalez
Beck Hansen
Justin Meldal-Johnsen

ENGINEERED BY:
Mike Schuppan
Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Anthony Gonzalez
Carlos De La Garza
Darrell Thorp

ASSISTANT ENGINEER:
David Schwerkolt
Geoff Neal
Andy Ford

MIXED BY:
Tony Hoffer
Cameron Lister

MASTERED BY:
Dave Cooley

STUDIO:
Sunset Sound Studios

PERFORMERS:
Beck Hansen
Vocals, Background Vocals

Alex Lilly
Background Vocals

Anthony Gonzalez
Keyboards, Programming

Justin Meldal-Johnsen
Keyboards, Programming, Electric Guitar, Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion

Lyle Workman
Electric Guitar

Loc Maurin
Drums

David Ralicke
Brass

Jordan Katz
Brass

Elizabeth Lea
Brass






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