Latch

Album: Settle (2012)
Charted: 11 7
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  • This is latch
    New York, let me see your phones in the air
    Everybody put your phones in the air
    Oh my god

    You lift my heart up when the rest of me is down
    You, you enchant me even when you're not around
    If there are boundaries, I will try to knock them down
    I'm latching on, babe, now I know what I have found

    I feel we're close enough
    Could I lock in your love
    I think we're close enough
    Could I lock in your love

    Now I've got you in my space
    I won't let go of you
    Got you shackled in my embrace
    I'm latching, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop

    I'm so sorry guys, but I can't play Madison Square Garden without Disclosure
    New York, would it be amazing if Disclosure were here tonight?
    I said, New York, wouldn't it be amazing if Disclosure were here tonight?
    Ladies and gentlemen, give it up for Disclosure

    Let me hear you
    You lift my heart up when the rest of me is down
    You, you enchant me even when you're not around
    If there are boundaries, I will try to knock them down
    I'm latching on, babe, now I know what I have found

    Madison Square Garden, I wanna see everybody on your feet
    Put your hands in the air
    Sing with me
    I feel we're close enough
    I wanna lock in your love
    I think we're close enough
    Could I lock in your love, babe

    Now I've got you in my space
    I won't let go of you
    Got you shackled in my embrace
    I'm latching onto you

    Now I've got you in my space
    I won't let go of you
    Got you shackled in my embrace
    I'm latching onto you

    I'm so encaptured, got me wrapped up in your touch
    Feel so enamored, hold me tight within your clutch
    How do you do it, you got me losing every breath
    What did you give me to make my heart bleed out my chest?

    I feel we're close enough
    I wanna lock in your love
    I think we're close enough
    Could I lock in your love, baby?
    Your turn
    I feel we're close enough
    I wanna lock in your love
    I think we're close enough
    Could I lock in your love, baby?

    Now I've got you in my space
    I won't let go of you
    Got you shackled in my embrace
    I'm latching on to you
    Now I've got you in my space
    I won't let go of you
    Got you shackled in my embrace
    I'm latching on to you

    I'm latching on to you
    I won't let go of you
    I'm latching on to you
    I won't let go
    I won't let go of you

    I won't let go, I won't let go

    I won't let go, I won't let go
    New York
    Disclosure
    Let me see your hands Writer/s: Guy William Lawrence, Howard John Lawrence, James John Napier, Sam Smith
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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