Galaxie

  • Is this the place that I want to be
    Is it you who I want to see
    Holding on, hold it high, show me everything
    And you're leaving me, yeah you're leaving me
    You're leaving me with a hated identity

    But I keep on a comin' here and standing in this state
    And I'm never really sure if you'll take what I'm saying the right way
    But I'm not appalled or afraid verbal pocket play
    Is as discreet as I can muster up to be
    Because the Cadillac that's sittin' in the back
    It isn't me
    Oh, no, no, no it isn't me
    I'm more at home in my galaxie

    Can I do the things I wanna do
    That I don't do because of you
    And I'll take a left and I'll second
    guess into a total mess

    And you're leaving me
    And you're leaving me
    you're leaving me with a hated identity

    No no no no it isn't me
    No no no no it isn't me
    No it isn't me
    I'm more at home in my galaxie Writer/s: GLEN GRAHAM, SHANNON HOON, BRAD SMITH, THOMAS STEVENS, THOMAS ROGERS STEVENS, CHRISTOPHER THORN, CHRISTOPHER JOHN THORN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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