Chokehold

Album: Trespassing (2012)
  • Staring at the ceiling in the dark
    Sheets are in a knot
    My heart is like rock, eh

    Pictures flashing by inside my head
    I'm hanging by a thread
    But I'd do it all again, eh

    I keep running away, running away, running away from you
    But I can't stand breaking the chains
    Breaking the chains, breaking the chains
    It's too good

    'Cause I know the second you go
    Want cha to bring it on back, bring it on back
    Bring it on back to me
    And you know I want your chokehold
    Want cha to bring it on back, bring it on back
    Bring it on back to me
    Bring it on back to me
    Bring it on back to me

    All without your touch I suffocate
    I could asphxiate, but I kind of like the pain, eh
    Baby, I can smell you on my clothes
    I try to stay composed
    But I feel the fever grow, grow oh oh

    I keep running away, running away, running away from you
    But I can't stand breaking the chains
    Breaking the chains, breaking the chains
    It's too good

    'Cause I know the second you go
    Want cha to bring it on back, bring it on back
    Bring it on back to me
    And you know I want your chokehold
    Want cha to bring it on back, bring it on back
    Bring it on back to me
    Bring it on back to me
    Bring it on back to me

    Oh, oh, oh, hey, hey
    Oh, oh, oh, hey, hey
    Baby, gonna bring it back to me

    'Cause I know the second you go
    Want you to bring it on back, bring it on back
    Bring it on back to me
    And you know I want your chokehold
    Want cha to bring it on back, bring it on back
    Bring it on back to me, yeah yeah
    Bring it on back to me
    Bring it on back to me Writer/s: JOSH ABRAHAM, OLIVER ELLIOT GOLDSTEIN, ADAM LAMBERT, BONNIE LEIGH MCKEE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc., CYPMP
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