Close Up — Cold War Affair lyrics

The page contains the lyrics of the song "Cold War Affair" by Close Up.

Lyrics

I was born in the last cold war,
and I was taught to stay alone.
Cause the people I met were frightened,
of the thing that I’d become.
You see I met a girl from the far Moscow,
and she had eyes like solid gold.
And she set my heart on fire,
with a smile, a love so cold, a love so cold.
But when we fell in love she lost the arms of a foreign home,
And she said she was okay so I don’t know what went wrong.
But she left me in the morning, said she’d missed the winter nights,
And that all this short-term lust would save me a thousand little fights,
About love.
But I would burn my gold for you,
And I would flee this side, just to get back to you.
Cause she, is my cold war affair.
She always was. 1, 2. 1, 2, 3, 4.
I was born in the last cold war,
and I was taught to stay alone.
Cause the people I met were frightened,
of the thing that I’d become.
You see I met a girl from the far Moscow,
and she had eyes like solid gold.
And she set my heart on fire,
with a smile, a love so cold, a love so cold.