Bloodstream

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  • Na na na na, oh oh
    I've been spinning out for time
    Couple women by my side
    I got sinnin' on my mind
    Sipping on red wine
    I've been sitting here for ages
    Ripping out pages
    How'd I get so faded
    How'd I get so faded
    Oh no no don't leave me lonely now
    If you loved me how'd you never learn
    Ooh, coloured crimson in my eyes
    One or two could free my mind

    This is how it ends
    I feel the chemicals burn in my bloodstream
    Fading out again
    I feel the chemicals burn in my bloodstream
    So tell me when it kicks in
    Tell when it kicks in
    Tell when it kicks in

    I've been looking for a lover
    Thought I'd find her in a bottle
    God, make me another one
    I'll be feeling this tomorrow
    Lord forgive me for the things I've done
    I was never meant to hurt no one
    And I saw scars upon a broken hearted lover

    Oh, no, no, don't leave me lonely now
    If you loved me how'd you never learn
    Ooh, coloured crimson in my eyes
    Another could free my mind

    This is how it ends, I feel the chemicals burn in my bloodstream
    Fading out again, I feel the chemicals burn in my bloodstream
    So tell me when it kicks in
    So tell me when it kicks in
    No no no
    No no no
    No no no

    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line (I saw scars upon her)
    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line (broken hearted)
    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line (I saw scars upon her)
    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line (broken hearted)

    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line (I saw scars upon her)
    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line (broken hearted)
    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line (I saw scars upon her)
    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line (broken hearted)

    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line (I saw scars upon her)
    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line (tell me when it kicks in)
    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line
    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line (tell me when it kicks in)

    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line
    All the voices in my mind
    Calling out across the line (tell me when it kicks in)
    All the voices in my mind (no, no, no)
    Calling out across the line (I saw scars)
    All the voices in my mind (no, no, no)
    Calling out across the line (tell me when it kicks in)

    All the voices in my mind (no, no, no, no)
    Calling out across the line (I saw scars)
    All the voices in my mind (no, no, no, no)
    Calling out across the line (tell me when it kicks in)Writer/s: Ed Sheeran, Amir Izadkhah, Kesi Dryden, Piers Aggett, Gary Lightbody, Johnny Mcdaid
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group
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