One

Album: x (2014)
Charted: 18 87
  • Tell me that you turned down the man
    Who asked for your hand
    'Cause you're waiting for me
    And I know, you're gonna be away a while
    But I've got no plans at all to leave
    And would you take away my hopes and dreams?
    Just stay with me

    All my senses come to life
    While I'm stumbling home as drunk as I
    Have ever been and I'll never leave again
    'Cause you are the only one
    And all my friends have gone to find
    Another place to let their hearts collide
    Just promise me, you'll never leave again
    'Cause you are the only one

    Take my hand and my
    Heart and soul, I will
    Only have these eyes for you
    And you know, everything changes but
    We'll be strangers if, we see this through
    You could stay within these walls and bleed
    But just stay with me

    All my senses come to life
    While I'm stumbling home as drunk as I
    Have ever been and I'll never leave again
    'Cause you are the only one
    And all my friends have gone to find
    Another place to let their hearts collide
    Just promise me, you'll always be a friend
    'Cause you are the only one

    I'm stumbling off drunk, getting myself lost
    I am so gone, so tell me the way home
    I listen to sad songs, singing about love
    And where it goes wrong?

    All my senses come to life
    While I'm stumbling home as drunk as I
    Have ever been and I'll never leave again
    Cause you are the only one
    And all my friends have gone to find
    Another place to let their hearts collide
    Just promise me, you'll always be a friend
    'Cause you are the only oneWriter/s: Ed Sheeran
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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