MUSIC MONDAY Chris Martin wrote “But didn’t we have fun? Don’t say it was all a waste”

COLDPLAY Fun feat. Tove Lo

“Fun”
(feat. Tove Lo)

[Coldplay:]
I know it’s over before she says
I know it falls at the water face
I know it’s over, an ocean awaits
For a storm
The sun and snow
Rivers and rain
Crystal ball could foresee a change
And I know it’s over, parting our ways
And it’s done

[Coldplay:]
But didn’t we have fun?
Don’t say it was all a waste
Didn’t we have fun?
From the top of the world
Top of the waves
You said forever, forever always
We could have been lost
We would have been saved
Now we’re stopping the world, stopping it’s spin
Oh come on don’t give up
You see me give in
Don’t say it’s over
Don’t say we’re done
Oh, didn’t we have fun?
Oh, didn’t we have fun?

[Coldplay & Tove Lo:]
I know it’s over before she says
Now someone else has taken your place
I know it’s over Icarus says to the sun
And so it sinks in, lightning strikes
You’re too forced to force his glide
The fact that it’s over, the fact that it’s done

[Coldplay & Tove Lo:]
Didn’t we have fun?
Don’t say it was all a waste
Didn’t we have fun?
From the top of the world
Top of the waves
You said forever, forever always
We could have been lost
We would have been saved
Now we’re stopping the world, stopped it in its tracks
Nothing’s too broken to find our way back
So before it’s over, before you run
Ah, didn’t we have fun?

[Coldplay & Tove Lo:]
Just you and me, you and me
We were always meant to, always meant to
You and me, you and me
We were always meant to, always meant to
You and me, you and me
We were always meant to, always meant to
Hey-ey-ey-ey

Oh, didn’t we have fun?

Oh, didn’t we have fun?

[Coldplay:]
But didn’t?
Maybe we could again

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

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