Under Control

Album: Motion (2013)
Charted: 1
  • I might be anyone
    A lone fool out in the sun
    Your heartbeat of solid gold
    I love you, you'll never know

    When the daylight comes you feel so cold,
    You know
    I'm too afraid of my heart to let you go

    Waiting for the fire to light
    Feeling like we could do right
    Be the one that makes tonight
    'Cause freedom is a lonely road
    We're under control

    We're under control

    I might be anyone
    A lone fool out in the sun
    Your heartbeat of solid gold
    I love you, you'll never know

    When the daylight comes you feel so cold,
    You know
    I'm too afraid of my heart to let you go

    Waiting for the fire to light
    Feeling like we could do right
    Be the one that makes tonight
    'Cause freedom is a lonely road
    We're under control

    Waiting for the fire to light
    Feeling like we could do right
    Be the one that makes tonight
    'Cause freedom is a lonely road
    We're under control

    We're under control

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