Tattooed Heart

Album: Yours Truly (2013)
  • You don't need a lot of money
    Honey, you don't have to play no games
    All I need is all your loving
    To get the blood rushing through my veins
    Huh
    I wanna say we're going steady
    Ha
    Like it's 1954,
    No,
    It doesn't have to be forever
    Just as long as I'm the name
    On your tattooed heart

    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart

    You don't need to worry about making me crazy
    'Cause I'm way past that
    Eh, and so just call me, if you want me
    'Cause you got me, and I'll show you, how much I wanna be
    On your tattooed heart

    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart

    Just as long as I'm
    The name on your tattooed heart

    Wrap me in your jacket
    My baby
    And lay me in your bed
    And kiss me, underneath the moonlight
    Darling let me trace the lines on your tattooed heart

    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart
    Tattooed heart

    Just as long as I'm the name on your tattooed heart Writer/s: Matthew Bach Squire, Ariana Grande, Khristopher Van Riddick-Tynes, Antonio Dixon, Kenneth Edmonds, Sean Foreman, Leon G Thomas
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Walt Disney Music Company, Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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