SOS

Album: Tim (2019)
Charted: 6 68
  • Can you hear me? S.O.S.
    Help me put my mind to rest
    Two times clean again, I'm actin' low
    A pound of weed and a bag of blow

    I can feel your love pullin' me up from the underground, and
    I don't need my drugs, we could be more than just part-time lovers
    I can feel your touch pickin' me up from the underground, and
    I don't need my drugs, we could be more than just part-time lovers

    We could be more than just part-time lovers
    We could be more than just part-time lovers

    I get robbed of all my sleep
    As my thoughts begin to bleed
    I'd let go, but I don't know how
    Yeah, I don't know how, but I need to now

    I can feel your love pullin' me up from the underground, and
    I don't need my drugs, we could be more than just part-time lovers
    I can feel your touch pickin' me up from the underground, and
    I don't need my drugs, we could be more than just part-time lovers (ayy)
    I can feel your touch pickin' me up from the underground, and (yeah)
    I don't need my drugs, we could be more than just part-time lovers

    (We could be) We could be more than just part-time lovers
    (Yeah, more than, more than lovers)
    We could be more than just part-time lovers

    Can you hear me? S.O.S.
    Help me put my mind to rest

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