Sun Goes Down

Album: Listen (2014)
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  • Oh wooh
    Oh gonna break it, break it, break it, break it down for you, oh
    Once more, oh

    When the sun goes down
    And your eyes cannot see
    When the sun goes down
    And your hands cannot reach
    When your bones feel like breaking
    And your heart cannot take another run
    I'll be there when the sun goes down

    All that I want
    Is just to be crazy when the sun goes down
    And all that I need
    Is for you to be my baby when the sun goes down

    When the sun goes down

    Baby get down

    Baby get down
    Oh
    Oh (Yeah eh eh eh)

    When the sun goes down
    We'll be dancing in the dark
    When the sun goes down
    To the beating of your heart
    As the Earth moves in orbit
    I will always be the one
    Who stands my ground
    I'll be there when the sun goes down (Everybody now come and sing along with that track now)

    All that I want
    Is just to go crazy when the sun goes down
    And all that I need
    Is for you to be my baby when the sun goes down

    All that I want
    Is just to go crazy when the sun goes down
    And all that I need
    Is for you to be my baby when the sun goes down

    When the sun goes down (When the sun goes down)
    When the sun goes down (When the sun goes down)
    When the sun goes down
    I see you around Writer/s: David Guetta, Giorgio Tuinfort, Lucas Loules, LUKAS LOULES, Mark Richard Pellizzer, Nasri Atweh, NASRI TONY ATWEH, PIERRE DAVID GUETTA, Sjoerd Janssen, Wouter Janssen
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Royalty Network, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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