Take Me Home

Album: Overtime (2013)
Charted: 5 57
  • I'm falling to pieces
    But I need this
    Yeah, I need this
    You're my fault
    My weakness
    When did you turn so cold

    You cut me down to the bone
    Now you're dancing
    All over my soul
    I'm falling to pieces
    To pieces, to pieces

    But I still stay cause you're the only thing I know
    So won't you take, oh, won't you take me home
    Take me home, home, home
    Take me home, home, home
    Take me

    Take me
    Take me
    Take me
    Take me home (home, home, home)

    Round in circles
    Here we go
    With the highest highs
    And the lowest lows
    But no one shakes me like you do
    My best mistake was you
    You're my sweet affliction
    'Cause you hurt me right
    But you do it nice
    Round in circles
    Here we go
    Oh Yeah

    But I still stay cause your the only thing I know
    So won't you take, oh, won't you take me home
    Take me home, home, home
    Take me home, home, home
    Take me

    Take me
    Take me
    Take me
    Take me home, home, home
    Take me home, home, home
    Take me

    Take me, I still stay, oh, won't you take me home
    Take me home. Writer/s: ALEX MAKHLOUF, JEAN PAUL MAKHLOUF, SAMUEL FRISCH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management
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