Power Over Me

Album: Without Fear (2019)
Charted: 27
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  • You've got that power over me, my my
    Everything I hold dear resides in those eyes
    You've got that power over me, my my
    The only one I know, the only one on my mind
    You've got that power over me
    You've got that power over me

    You've got that power over me, my my
    Everything I hold dear resides in those eyes
    You've got that power over me, my my
    The only one I know, the only one on my mind
    You've got that power over me
    You've got that power over me

    You've got that power over me, my my
    Everything I hold dear resides in those eyes
    You've got that power over me, my my
    The only one I know, the only one on my mind
    You've got that power over me Writer/s: Dermot Joseph Kennedy, Scott Harris Friedman, Stephen Noel Kozmeniuk
    Publisher: Songtrust Ave, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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