Memories

Album: One Love (2009)
Charted: 15 46
  • Yeah (yeah)

    All the crazy shit I did tonight
    Those will be the best memories
    I just wanna let it go for the night
    That would be the best therapy for me

    All the crazy shit I did tonight
    Those will be the best memories
    I just wanna let it go for the night
    That would be the best therapy for me

    Hey, hey, yeah, yeah
    Hey, hey, yeah, yeah
    Hey, hey, yeah, yeah
    Hey, hey, yeah, yeah, Yeah

    All the crazy shit I did tonight
    Those will be the best memories
    I just wanna let it go for the night
    That would be the best therapy for me

    All the crazy shit I did tonight
    Those will be the best memories
    I just wanna let it go for the night
    That would be the best therapy for me

    Hey, hey, yeah, yeah
    Hey, hey, yeah, yeah
    Hey, hey, yeah, yeah
    Hey, hey, yeah, yeah

    It's gettin' late but I don't mind
    It's gettin' late but I don't mind
    It's gettin' late but I don't mind
    It's gettin' late but I don't mind
    It's gettin' late but I don't mind
    It's gettin' late but I don't mind
    It's gettin' late but I don't mind
    It's gettin' late but I don't mind

    Hey, hey, yeah, yeah
    Hey, hey, yeah, yeah
    Hey, hey, yeah, yeah
    Hey, hey, yeah, yeah Writer/s: Pierre David Guetta, Frederic Jean Riesterer, Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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