Leave It

Album: A Different Kind Of Fix (2011)
  • Don't think it's what you're afraid of
    Come in you know what's been made up
    Hold you tight, words have a new sound
    Reading the signs that just seep out

    [Repeat: x4]
    You've got to leave it, leave it, leave it, leave
    You've got to

    Don't you go evade me now
    Come see what you've done
    Each of your reasons has broken
    Call it off once you have spoken
    Filled to the top then split open

    Repeating over and over
    Now you have to leave it, leave it, leave it, leave

    [Repeat: x3]
    You've got to leave it, leave it, leave it, leave
    You've got to

    Don't you go evade me now
    Come see what you've done
    I've been thinking lately how
    All these feelings won

    [Repeat: x2]
    Once you leave never come back

    Don't you go evade me now
    Come see what you've done
    I've been thinking lately how
    All these feelings won Writer/s: JACK WILLIAM THOMAS STEADMAN
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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