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a-ha - The Living Daylights

Hey driver, where we going?
I swear, my nerves are showing
Set my hopes up way too high
Living s in the way we die

Comes the morning and the headlights fade away
Hundred thousand people, I m the one they frame
I ve been waiting long for one of us to say
"Save the darkness, let it never fade away"

Ooohh, the living daylights
Ooohh, the living daylights (the living daylights)

Alright, hold on tight now,
It s down, down to the wire
Set your hopes up way too high
Living s in the way we die

Comes the morning and the headlights fade away
Hundred thousand changes, everything s the same
I ve been waiting long for one of us to say
"Save the darkness, let it never fade away"

Ooohh, the living daylights
Ooohh, the living daylights (the living daylights)
Ooohh, the living daylights (the living daylights)

Comes the morning and the headlights fade away
Hundred thousand people, I m the one they frame

Ooohh, the living daylights
Ooohh, the living daylights (the living daylights)
(the living daylights) set your hopes up way too high
(the living daylights) living s in the way we die
(the living daylights) set your hopes up way too high
(the living daylights) living s in the way we die
(the living daylights) set your hopes up way too high

The Living Daylights, composed by John Barry and Pål Waaktaar and performed by a-ha, was the theme tune to the 1987 James Bond film of the same name. It was co-written by guitarist Paul Waaktaar-Savoy and Bond composer John Barry. Barry was listed on the credits as co-writer and producer, and the initial release of the song was his version. A second version of the song, re-worked by a-ha in 1988, later appeared on their third album, Stay on These Roads.

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