Safety Net

Album: Positions (2020)
Charted: 52
  • You know you're really something, yeah
    How'd we get here so damn fast?
    Only you could tell me that
    Baby, 'cause you know I'm coming back
    You're making me forget my past
    Never thought I'd feel like that again
    I came to peace with my path
    Now you got me off track

    I've never been this scared before
    Feelings I just can't ignore
    Don't know if I should fight or fly
    But I don't mind

    Tripping, falling with no safety net
    Boy, it must be something that you said
    Is it real this time or is it in my head?
    Got me tripping, falling with no safety net

    Let your guard down, girl
    You know we get too far now, girl
    It's time for you to play your part now
    You know, we hit that jewelry store, we gon' bother
    Bussing downs, we had some fall outs
    Get some ice, or you can let it thaw out
    Girl, you're mine, it's safe to say
    At the end of the day

    I've never been this scared before
    Feelings I just can't ignore
    Don't know if I should fight or fly
    But I don't mind

    Tripping, falling with no safety net
    Boy, it must be something that you said
    Is it real this time or is it in my head?
    Got me tripping, falling with no safety net

    Every time you feel some way, feel the way
    Never let me run away, run away
    Baby, every time you feel some way, feel the way
    Never let me run away, run away

    Girl you got me tripping, falling with no safety net (baby)
    Boy, it must be something that you said
    Is it real this time or is it in my head? (is it all in my head)
    Got me tripping, falling with no safety net Writer/s: Sylux, Ariana Grande, Khristopher Van Riddick Tynes, Leon G. III Thomas, Tommy Brown, Tyrone William Jr. Griffin
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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