Sway

Album: Drive (1997)
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  • Don't stray
    Don't ever go away
    I should be much to smart for this
    You know it gets the better
    Of me sometimes
    When you and I collide
    I fall into an ocean of you
    Pull me out in time
    Don't let me drown
    Let me down
    I say its all because of you and here I go
    Losing my control
    I'm practising your name
    So I can say it to your face it doesn't seem right
    To look you in the eye
    And let all the things you mean to me
    Come tumbling out my mouth indeed its time
    Tell you why
    I say its infinitely true
    Say you'll stay
    Don't come and go
    Like you do
    Sway my way
    Yeah I need to know
    All about you
    And there's no cure
    And no way to be sure
    Why everything's turned inside out
    Instilling so much doubt
    It makes me so tired
    I feel so uninspired
    My head is battling with my heart
    My logic has been torn apart
    And now
    It all turns sour
    Come sweeten
    Every afternoon
    Say you'll stay
    Don't come and go
    Like you do
    Sway my way
    Yeah I need to know
    All about you
    Say you'll stay
    Don't come and go
    Like you do
    Sway my way
    Yeah I need to know
    All about you
    Its all because of you
    Its all because of you Writer/s: Briolette Kah Runga
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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