MUSIC MONDAY Chris Martin writes: “Can there be breaks In the chaos of times?” Oh, thanks God You must’ve heard when I prayed Because now I always Want to feel this way!

Chris Martin writes: “Can there be breaks In the chaos of times?” Oh, thanks God You must’ve heard when I prayed Because now I always Want to feel this way!

Amazing Day – Coldplay (Live in Global Citizen 2015 – Only Audio + Lyrics in Descrip.)

“Amazing Day”

Sat on a roof
Named every star
Shed every bruise and
Showed every scarSat on a roof
Your hand in mine, singing
“Life has a beautiful, crazy design”
And time seemed to say
“Forget the world and it’s weight”
Here I just wanna stayAmazing day [x2]

Sat on a roof
Named every star and
You showed me a place
Where you can be who you are

And the view
The whole Milky Way
In your eyes
I’m drifting away
And in your arms
I just wanna sway

Amazing day [x4]

And I asked every book
Poetry, chime
“Can there be breaks
In the chaos of times?”
Oh, thanks God
You must’ve heard when I prayed
Because now I always
Want to feel this way

Amazing day [x4]

Coldplay – Amazing Day (new song) (lyric) testo + traduzione (lyrics)

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