She Wolf (Falling to Pieces)

Album: Nothing But The Beat 2.0 (2012)
Charted: 8
  • A shot in the dark
    A past lost in space
    Where do I start?
    The past and the chase
    You hunted me down
    Like a wolf, a predator
    I felt like a deer in the lights

    You loved me and I froze in time
    Hungry for that flesh of mine
    But I can't compete with the she wolf who has brought me to my knees
    What do you see in those yellow eyes?
    'Cause I'm falling to pieces

    I'm falling to pieces
    I'm falling to pieces
    I'm falling to pieces
    Falling to pieces

    Did she lie and wait
    Was I bait, to pull you in
    The thrill of the kill
    You feel, is a sin
    I lay with the wolves
    Alone, it seems
    I thought I was part of you

    You loved me and I froze in time
    Hungry for that flesh of mine
    But I can't compete with the she wolf who has brought me to my knees
    What do you see in those yellow eyes?
    'Cause I'm falling to pieces

    I'm falling to pieces
    I'm falling to pieces
    I'm falling to pieces
    Falling to pieces

    I'm falling to pieces (Falling to pieces)
    Falling to pieces (Falling to pieces)
    I'm falling to pieces (Falling to pieces)
    Falling to pieces (Falling to pieces) Writer/s: Pierre David Guetta, Christopher Kenneth Braide, Kate I Furler Sia, Giorgio Tuinfort
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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