Here We Go

Album: Lysandre (2013)
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  • So, here we go
    With my faith and my hand’s really shook up
    Airplane, take us away to New York City

    Music critique, record pressed
    Carolina, southern Carolina
    Listen to me sing, New york City

    And if your heart is broken
    You’ll find fellowship with me
    And if your ears are open
    You’ll hear honesty from me, tonight

    Hair on my head, tongue in my mouth
    I have got it all figured out
    Open up your heart tonight, New York City

    Tongue in my ear, hair in my mouth
    I want you to figure me out
    Open up your arms tonight, New York City

    And if your heart is broken
    You’ll find fellowship with me
    And if your ears are open
    You’ll hear honesty from me, tonight Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER DAVID OWENS
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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