Count On Me

Album: Brand New Machine (2013)
Charted: 5
  • I know
    I know
    I know
    I know
    I will be there for you

    All this love that I am giving
    Can it ever be enough?
    Let's go back to the beginning
    Will it be the end of us?

    Give me a sign
    Tell me what you need
    Tell me what you need
    Throw my hands up high and surrender
    You can count on me
    You can count on me

    I know
    I know
    I know
    I know
    I will be there for you

    Cheating hearts, lying eyes, broken promises
    I heard them all, but they never hurt like this
    I'm in the dark when we're apart
    And I miss the way you look right through me
    No one else can move me

    Give me a sign
    Tell me what you need
    Tell me what you need
    Throw my hands up high and surrender
    You can count on me
    You can count on me

    I know
    I know
    I know
    I know
    I will be there for you

    Oh, baby
    I, I
    I, I
    Oh, baby

    I know
    I know
    I know
    I know
    I will be there for you

    Give me a sign
    Tell me what you need
    Tell me what you need
    Throw my hands up high and surrender
    You can count on me
    You can count on me

    I know
    I know
    I know
    I never knew what I could feel
    I will be there for you

    I know
    We got each other, baby
    I know
    We got each other, baby
    I know
    We got each other, baby
    I know
    I will be there for you Writer/s: WILLIAM FREDERICK KENNARD, SAUL GREGORY MILTON, ZANE LOWE, HAL RITSON, DIANE NADIA ADU-GYAMFI
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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