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Broken Arrows (Avicii)
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Avicii is a Swedish electronic musician, DJ, remixer and record producer. He was ranked third on DJ Mag in 2012 and 2013 and has been nominated twice for a Grammy Award, once for his work on "Sunshine" with David Guetta in 2012 and once for his song "Levels" in 2013.

You stripped your love down to the wire
Fire shy and cold alone outside
You stripped it right down to the wire
But I see you behind those tired eyes

Now as you wade through shadows
That live in your heart
You'll find the light that leads home
Because I see you for you and your beautiful scars
So take my hand, don't let go

Because it's not too late
It's not too late
I, I see the hope in your heart
And sometimes you lose
And sometimes you're shooting
Broken arrows in the dark
But I, I see the hope in your heart

I've seen the darkness in the light
The kind of blue that leaves you lost and blind
The only thing that's black and white
Is that you don't have to walk alone this time

We have to tear down the walls that live in your heart
To find someone you call home
Now you see me for me and my beautiful scars
So take my hand, don't let go

Because it's not too late
It's not too late
I, I see the hope in your heart
And sometimes you lose
And sometimes you're shooting
Broken arrows in the dark
But I, I see the hope in your heart

It's not too late
It's not too late
I see the hope in your heart
And sometimes you're losing
And sometimes shooting
Broken arrows in the dark

"Broken Arrows" is a 2015 single by Avicii featuring uncredited vocals from Zac Brown of Zac Brown Band, released on Universal Music. The track appears on his album Stories. It is a dance song containing elements of country music.

The accompanying music video for the song was released on 23 November 2015. It is inspired by the life of Dick Fosbury, who revolutionized the high jump by introducing a new technique known as the Fosbury Flop.

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