Scale It Back

Album: The Less You Know, the Better (2011)
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  • I swear I solve your life, my feet fall over you inside
    And I thought I heard someone say, "Fly far away"
    And when you reach up, the sky, I stay
    This clueless, I wouldn't know,
    We swam in the waves and let it go
    Until I heard someone say, "Rise and beyond"
    Where you're reaching, knocked over stars

    I dreamt I came from parking movements
    Every moment I see with our clothes
    Take me to places where we can stop
    I dreamt I came from parking movements

    Nothing can steal this treasure from us, babe
    I'm still in love now, fighting the suns
    Thank justice and come closer to me, babe
    I'm falling out now

    I dreamt I came from parking movements
    Every moment I see with our clothes
    Take me to places where we can stop
    I dreamt I came from parking movements

    Thank justice and come closer to me,
    Babe, I'm falling out Writer/s: Erik Oskar Bodin, Fredrik Daniel Wallin, Hakan Wirenstrand, Joshua Paul Davis, Yukimi Eleanora Nagano
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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