Take Care

Album: Teen Dream (2010)
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  • Stand beside it, we can't hide the way it makes us glow
    It's no good unless it grows, feel this burning, love of mine
    Deep inside the ever-spinning, tell me does it feel?
    It's no good unless it's real, hillsides burning
    Wild-eyed turning 'til we're running from it

    I'll take care of you if you ask me to
    In a year or two, oh oh oh

    You say swimming in the lake we'll come across a snake
    It is real and then it's fake, feel its heartbeat
    Feel what you heat, far so fast it feels too late

    I'll take care of you if you'd ask me to
    In a year or two, oh oh oh

    I'll take care of you, take care of you
    That's true
    I'll take care of you, take care of you
    That's true
    I'll take care of you, take care of you
    That's true
    I'll take care of you, take care of you
    That's true
    I'll take care of you, take care of you
    That's true
    I'll take care of you, take care of you
    That's true
    I'll take care of you, take care of you
    That's true
    I'll take care of you, take care of you
    That's true
    I'll take care of you, take care of you
    That's true
    I'll take care of you, take care of you
    That's true
    I'll take care of you, take care of you
    That's true Writer/s: Alex Scally, Victoria Legrand
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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