Come Over

Album: New Eyes (2014)
Charted: 45
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  • Never said any of this was gonna be simple
    Sometimes all it takes is just a symbol oh-oh-oh
    Because the place
    You want to reach is right in front of you
    You're getting stronger
    So just keep on that bit longer
    Rap-pa-pum

    Girl come over
    Me want you closer
    I'm tired of the rainy days

    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine
    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine

    So before the nights over
    I want you to know that
    I'm willing to change my ways

    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine
    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine

    Come over, Come over
    Come over, come Come over
    Come over, Come over
    Come over, come come over

    I guess you're gonna run out luck love,
    Sooner or later
    You better make time to sit down
    And put pen to paper oh-oh-oh
    Because the things you want to do will slip away from you
    It won't be long now
    So just keep on being strong now
    Rap pa pum

    Girl come over
    Me want you closer
    I'm tired of the rainy days

    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine
    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine

    So before the nights over
    I want you to know that
    I'm willing to change my ways

    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine
    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine

    On regular she blow my mind
    Your turn, my darling
    I can't live without you
    Without you (No, no, no)
    Girl you got me weak at my knees
    7 days of the week
    I can't stop think about you
    About you

    Come over, Come over
    Come over, come Come over
    Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine
    Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine

    Come over, Come over
    Come over, come Come over
    Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine
    Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine

    Look at my style
    Me hear them saying 'l'm sorry girl'
    And both times no one feels to stay the night over
    Nineteen days pass since I last see the girl
    Be at the bedroom over
    Got no fight over

    Regular she cuss me
    Tell her friends, then mos, how she no trusts me
    Well if I saw you down from here, let me pay
    Since the last three months
    You know you want me

    Me won't pick up me phone
    No dial-dial-oo
    Don't put pressure on me, I'll ask you
    Here baby let me love you
    You know I wan't some
    No me wish you know
    About my, my manual

    Won't pick up the phone
    No dial-dial-oo
    Don't put pressure on me, I'll ask you
    Here baby let me love you
    You know I wan't some
    No me wish you know
    About my, my manual
    Ra-pa-pum

    Girl come over
    Me want you closer
    I'm tired of the rainy days

    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine
    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine

    So before the nights over
    I want you to know that
    I'm willing to change my ways

    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine
    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine

    Come over, Come over
    Come over, come Come over
    Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine
    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine

    Come over, Come over
    Come over, come Come over
    Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine
    You bring me Sun, sun, sun Sun-shine Writer/s: GRACE CHATTO, JACK PATTERSON, JASON MCDERMOTT
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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