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Album: Confessions (2013)
  • She’s part of my pages, she’s the one that’s gonna make me crazy
    What if I’m in love, so what if I am?
    I’m hiding desire, it’s like I’m walking on a high wire
    What if I’m in love, so what if I am

    Lost, uncertain, I feel good with you
    You feel it, said hopeful and true
    You tangle, I’m trapped and I’m blue
    You, nobody sees through the secrets, the real you
    But I know, 'cause I’ve seen you

    She’s certain, she’s stable, we’re gonna take it to a higher level
    What if I’m in love, so what if I am?
    I’m not gonna deny it, she’s on my mind every single moment
    What if I’m in love, so what if I am

    Lost, uncertain, I feel good with you
    You feel it, said hopeful and true
    You tangle, I’m trapped and I’m blue
    You, nobody sees through the secrets, the real you
    But I know, 'cause I’ve seen you

    I feel good when I’m with you,
    Brand new, case it blast the shadowed
    I see things with a different view
    And you reign cause you know how to get it aside

    What if I’m in love, so what if I am?
    Maybe I am

    Lost, uncertain, I feel good with you
    You feel it, said hopeful and true
    You tangle, I’m trapped and I’m blue
    You, nobody sees through the secrets, the real you
    But I know, 'cause I’ve seen youWriter/s: JOSHUA TODD, KEITH NELSON, JIMMY ASHHURST, MARTI FREDERIKSEN
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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