Your Drums, Your Love

Album: Body Music (2013)
Charted: 50
  • Your drums, we're drumming, your drums
    Your drums, we're drumming, your drums

    You can't say that I'm going no where
    Cause you don't know where I'm coming from
    And you can't say that I'm going no where
    When I have been trying to reach you for so long

    Your drums, we're drumming, your drums

    Friends say I've got something wrong,
    Cause I've been trying to reach you for so long
    For so long, I've tried
    To reach you baby, don't you know that

    I've been treading water for your love
    Whether I sink or swim, it's you I'm thinking of
    I've been treading water for your love
    As my light grows dim maybe you're not strong enough boy

    Your drums, we're drumming, your drums
    Your drums, we're drumming, your drums

    I can't say where I'm going no where
    This feeling goes on and on
    I can't say that I'm going somewhere
    When I've been failing to reach you for so long

    For so long, I've tried
    To reach you baby, don't you know that

    I've been treading water for your love
    Whether I sink or swim, it's you I'm thinking of
    I've been treading water for your love
    As my light grows dim maybe you're not strong enough boy

    Maybe all along (all along)
    I've been holding on (holding on)
    To the promise that you need some time
    Making everything into a story
    Making sure I never get to feel happy
    Taking everything you do my own way
    Thinking that you're begging me please

    I've been treading water for your love
    Whether I sink or swim, it's you I'm thinking of
    I've been treading water for your love
    As my light goes dim maybe you're not strong enough boy

    Your drums, we're drumming, your drums
    Your drums, we're drumming, your drums Writer/s: ADAM GEORGE DYMENT, ALUNA DEWJI-FRANCIS, GEORGE REID
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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