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Album: Red River Blue (2011)
Charted: 43
  • If I could
    I would dare
    Feed your dreams
    And starve your fears
    If I could
    Light the world
    We could sit
    And watch it burn
    We could fall asleep inside the glow

    So tell me what I gotta do to win you over
    You'll never have to wonder if you need another
    You'll never have to wonder if I understand
    And every time you reach for me you'll find a hand out, oh

    If I could
    Take you in
    Feeling you deep
    Beneath my skin
    Then I could
    Slip away
    With you as a poison in my veins
    I don't wanna fall asleep alone
    And wake up knowing that I died without the one

    So tell me what I gotta do to win you over
    You'll never have to wonder if you need another
    You'll never have to wonder if I understand
    And every time you reach for me you'll find a hand out, oh

    So tell me what I gotta do to win you over
    You'll never have to wonder if you need another
    You'll never have to wonder if I understand
    And every time you reach for me you'll find a hand out, oh

    If I could
    I would dare
    Feed your dreams
    And starve your fears Writer/s: ALBERTO GEORGE BLACKWOOD, ROBBIE SHAKESPEARE, SLY DUNBAR, DESBERT JOHNSON
    Publisher: THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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