Closer

Album: Music from Another Dimension! (2012)
  • How many times can you turn away
    You fall in love and then love falls away
    You turn out the love when you turn out the lights
    You hit the heavens when you hit the heights

    How can I turn off the flame you know how it kills me
    Every time you say love is gone away, I get closer
    It’s a give and take every time we break, I get closer
    You get closer too

    I love you baby till death due us part
    If love’s on a man why not unbreak my heart
    You start so many things so why not let’s dance
    Two times in love or a one time romance

    How can I turn off the flame you know how it kills me
    Every time you say love is gone away, I get closer
    It’s a give and take every time we break, I get closer
    You get closer too

    And I don’t know why we fight
    What’s wrong with always being right
    It’s always those damnedest things, can angels fly on broken wings?

    And every night when I’m alone in bed
    I still smell your perfume
    Then I wake up and I swear, I swear
    I still remember

    Every time you say love is gone away, I get closer
    It’s a give and take every time we break, I get closer
    Every time you say love is gone away, I get closer
    You get closer too Writer/s: MARTI FREDERIKSEN, NATASHA BRICE, HENRY PRIESTMAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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