I don't know where I am I don't know this place Don't recognize anybody Just the same old empty face
See these people they lie And I don't know who to believe anymore
But there comes you to keep me safe from harm There comes you to take me in your arms Is it just a game? I don't know Is it just a game? I don't know
Pleading eyes that break my heart So homesick I can't feel But I know I must play my part And tears I must conceal
There comes you to keep me safe from harm There comes you to take me in your arms Is it just a game? I don't know To keep you safe from my bow
Take my hand and my heart races Flames illuminate our faces And we're on fire Blow a kiss to the crowd They're our only hope now
And now I know my place And now I know my place We're all just pieces in their games
Writer/s: JASMINE LUCILLA ELISABETH VAN DEN BOGAERDE, JASMINE LUCILLA ELISABETH VAN D BOGAERDE, JASMINE VAN DEN BOGAERDE
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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