Alone Again

Album: Take Me When You Go (2014)
  • Get away, anywhere but here I'm gonna
    Give you a break driving til you disappear and maybe
    Then you'll say, don't ever leave me alone again
    You say those three little words, like it's the same as saying
    You like my hair when I work this way, but you
    Don't seem to care I don't want to end up alone again

    So come a little closer, closer
    Let me know if you're coming over, over
    I'll be sure to leave the lights on, lights on
    You'll run to me like in a love song, love song
    So won't you please just tell me what you want
    I'm waiting alone for you to tell me what you need
    So baby we can be alone again

    Waiting for you, to come around it's like
    Waiting for rain in a year long drought, but when it
    Rains it pours and you drown me out all alone again
    But if there comes a day when you're fast asleep, and you
    Call out my name cause you needed me, I'd be the
    First to say you'll never have to be alone again

    So come a little closer, closer
    Let me know if you're coming over, over
    I'll be sure to leave the lights on, lights on
    You'll run to me like in a love song, love song
    So won't you please just tell me what you want
    I'm waiting alone for you to tell me what you need
    So baby we can be alone again

    So come a little closer, closer
    Let me know if you're coming over, over
    I'll be sure to leave the lights on, lights on
    You'll run to me like in a love song, love song
    So won't you please just tell me what you want
    I'm waiting alone for you to tell me what you need
    So baby we can be alone again Writer/s: PETER WALSH, JESSICA NEWHAM
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, CYPMP
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