Animal

  • I've shown you all the places I'm dreaming of
    I'll take you to the ocean, I'll bring the sun
    We are seventeen, we have just begun
    I have loved to fight for and then some
    You are the one, the one, the one, the one,
    The one, the one, the one, the one

    Wake up in the morning, we're paralyzed
    We'll fly into the garden like butterflies
    There will be no blood and there will be no pain
    I want to fall in love with you again, again,
    Again, again, again, again, again, again
    Again, again

    You have stolen all my senses
    There's a fever in my heart
    And you are taking my defenses
    You are pulling me apart
    Forever we are and we are dying
    And we still be standing on our ground
    So I will take away my feeling
    I will be an animal
    An animal

    I'll tie you in my arms, I will smother you
    We'll tell each other lies, I will tell the truth
    I'll color in the sky, and I'll color you
    I want to join your skin again, again,
    Again, again, again, again, again, again
    Again

    You have stolen all my senses
    There's a fever in my heart
    And you are taking my defenses
    You are pulling me apart
    Forever we are and we are dying
    And we still be standing on our ground
    So I will take away my feeling
    I will be an animal
    An animal

    We will run away from danger
    We will run away

    I-I-I-I-I will fight for

    You have stolen all my senses
    There's a fever in my heart
    And you are taking my defenses
    You are pulling me apart
    Forever we are and we are dying
    And we still be standing on our ground
    So I will take away my feeling
    I will be an animal
    An animal Writer/s: ELLIE GOULDING, FINLAY GRAHAM DOW SMITH
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Global Talent Publishing
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