Overdose

Album: Ciara (2013)
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  • You're like a circus running through my mind
    Got those sneaky eyes, what you trynna hide?
    You're like a hurricane inside my veins
    But I like it babe, so bring on the break

    Let me fall, let me fall, baby let me drown
    Can't breathe, can't breathe, give me mouth-to-mouth
    Got my heartbeat racing, not slowing down
    Got me sweating got me I'm shaking, I'm freaking out

    I took your love, think I took too much
    Somebody call the doctor
    Somebody call the doctor doctor (doctor)
    I took it all, but it's not enough
    Somebody call the doctor
    Somebody call the doctor doctor (doctor)
    Don't let don't let don't let don't let go
    Don't let don't let don't let don't let go
    Hold me tight, I'm coming down
    I need your love and I need it now
    Don't let don't let don't let don't let go
    Don't let don't let don't let don't let go
    Somebody call the doctor before I overdose

    I'm getting crazy, going back and forth
    Caught inside your storm
    But I want some more
    I hope your kisses and your gentle touch
    Come on, keep me up 'cause I need the rush

    Let me fall, let me fall, baby let me drown
    Can't breathe, can't breathe, give me mouth-to-mouth
    Got my heartbeat racing, not slowing down
    Got me sweating got me I'm shaking, I'm freaking out

    I took your love, think I took too much
    Somebody call the doctor
    Somebody call the doctor doctor (doctor)
    I took it all, but it's not enough
    Somebody call the doctor
    Somebody call the doctor doctor (doctor)
    Don't let don't let don't let don't let go
    Don't let don't let don't let don't let go
    Hold me tight, I'm coming down
    I need your love and I need it now
    Don't let don't let don't let don't let go
    Don't let don't let don't let don't let go
    Somebody call the doctor before I overdose

    Don't let me overdose, don't let me overdose
    Don't let me overdose, don't let me overdose

    I took your love, think I took too much
    Somebody call the doctor
    Somebody call the doctor doctor (doctor)
    I took it all, but it's not enough
    Somebody call the doctor
    Somebody call the doctor doctor (doctor)
    Don't let don't let don't let don't let go
    Don't let don't let don't let don't let go
    Hold me tight, I'm coming down
    I need your love and I need it now
    Don't let don't let don't let don't let go
    Don't let don't let don't let don't let go
    Somebody call the doctor before I overdose

    Don't let me overdose, don't let me overdose
    Don't let me overdose, don't let me overdose Writer/s: ALEXANDRA TAMPOSI, CIARA HARRIS, JOSH ABRAHAM, OLIVER GOLDSTEIN, OLIVIA WAITHE
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, O/B/O CAPASSO, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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