Catch You While I Can

Album: The Sound of a Million Dreams (2011)
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  • When rooms are crowded, eyes will wander
    Never knowing what they'll find
    I came in waiting on another
    Now you're all that's on my mind

    Beneath a chorus of conversation
    What no one else can see
    Is a gamble between two strangers
    That's taken a hold of me

    So let go of your halo
    Break free for awhile
    Tell me that you're ready
    And into the night, wrong or right
    Before it slips right through our hands
    Let me catch you while I can

    My courage rises, I walk over
    Your curled smile calms me down
    Words come easy, I keep you laughing
    I should stop but I don't know how

    So let go of your halo
    Break free for awhile
    Tell me that you're ready
    And into the night, wrong or right
    Before it slips right through our hands
    Let me catch you while I can

    When midnight turns into daylight
    Maybe we'll both move on
    But who knows
    Maybe tomorrow lonely will be long gone
    Be long gone

    So let go of your halo
    Break free for awhile
    Tell me that you're ready
    And into the night, wrong or right
    Before it slips right through our hands
    Let me catch you while I can

    Let me catch you while I can Writer/s: Jedd Michael Hughes, Scooter Carusoe
    Publisher: Bluewater Music Corp.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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