No Freedom
by Dido

Album: Girl Who Got Away (2013)
Charted: 51
  • Take it by your silence
    That I'm free to walk out the door
    By the look in your eyes I can tell
    You don't think I'll be back for more

    Try to think of the world
    Where you could stay and these safe hands could go
    Take your heart above the water
    Wherever I choose to go

    No love without freedom
    No love without freedom
    No love without freedom
    No freedom without love

    Even when you don't see me
    Even when you don't hear
    I'll be flying low below the sun
    And you'll feel it all out here

    No love without freedom
    No love without freedom
    No love without freedom
    No freedom without love

    No love without freedom
    No love without freedom
    No love without freedom
    No freedom without love

    Standing here in silence
    The world in front of me
    Holding you in my hand
    And seeing as you'd see

    No love without freedom
    No love without freedom
    No love without freedom
    No freedom without love
    No freedom without love Writer/s: RICK NOWELS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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