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Kygo

Stole The Show

Language
EN
Genre
Pop
Album
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play Darling, darling, oh,
play turn the lights back on now
play Watching, watching,
play as the credits all roll down
play Crying, crying,
play you know we're playing to a full house, house

play No heroes, villains, one to blame
play While wilted roses fill the stage
play And the thrill, the thrill is gone
play Our debut was a masterpiece
play But in the end for you and me
play Oh, the show, it can't go on

play We used to have it all,
play but now's our curtain call
play So hold for the applause, oh
play And wave out to the crowd,
play and take our final bow
play Oh, it's our time to go,
play but at least we stole the show
play At least we stole the show
play At least we stole the show
play At least we stole the show
play At least we stole the show

play At least we stole the show

play Darling, darling,
play you know that we are sold out
play This is fading, but the band plays on now
play We're crying, crying,
play so let the velvet roll down, down

play No heroes, villains, one to blame
play While wilted roses fill the stage
play And the thrill, the thrill is gone
play Our debut was a masterpiece
play Our lines we read so perfectly
play But the show, it can't go on

play We used to have it all,
play but now's our curtain call
play So hold for the applause, oh
play And wave out to the crowd,
play and take our final bow
play Oh, it's our time to go,
play but at least we stole the show
play At least we stole the show
play At least we stole the show
play At least we stole the show
play Stole the show

play At least we stole the show
play Stole the show
play At least we stole the show

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meaning Meaning

The singer wrote this ballad using a triumphant theater show as a metaphor for the ending of a great relationship.

He recalled to VMan:

"Everyone was begging me to write a ballad, and I was not trying to write one because I didn't think I had been in love before. But I wrote this ballad, it was about this guy that I was not in a relationship with, and pretended like we were. We would just be with each other when it was convenient."


Source: songfacts.com

vocabulary Vocabulary

Full house

If a theatre has a full house for a particular performance, it has as large an audience as it can hold.


curtain call

the part at the end of a performance when actors come to the front of the stage and the people watching clap to show their enjoyment


steal the show

figurative (be the most impressive)


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