I Can See Your Spirit

Album: 2 (2011)
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  • You're automatic
    So wild to thrill
    You say you won't
    But I know you will
    You're so dramatic
    How can it be?
    So full of life
    And energy
    No need to panic
    Don't feel your age
    I hear you live in
    A golden cage
    You get so manic
    You get so spun
    Get out my
    You're a loaded gun
    Come around midnight
    I pull down my guard
    I want to feel it

    I Can See Your Spirit
    So psychedlic
    Right to the core
    I'm gonna' tie you down
    To the floor
    You're so angelic
    My little queen
    High from above
    In a Time Machine
    You're so electric
    So far and wide
    You're majesty
    Won't you be my guide
    You are connected
    So deep within
    Now can't your see
    By the shape I'm in?
    I see the sacred walls
    That surround you
    I see from 10 miles
    I'm so high, high Writer/s: GLENN WILLIAM HUGHES, JOE BONAMASSA, KEVIN SHIRLEY
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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