Breaking the Law

Album: Our Version Of Events (2012)
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  • When you need to smile
    But you can't afford it
    Go on point it out
    I'm gonna steal it
    When the floor is more familiar than the ceiling
    I will break in late at night
    Shake up how you're feeling

    I'll never stop
    Breaking the law for you
    I'll never stop
    Helping to pull you through
    Whatever it takes to get what you need
    Ignore the alarm
    Ignore the police
    I'll never stop
    Breaking the law for you

    When you're taking steps
    But you need to go faster
    We can speed through streets
    So the shadows can't catch ya
    When the corridors and all the stairs are making you tired
    I will come for you
    Set the building on fire

    I'll never stop
    Breaking the law for you
    I'll never stop
    Helping to pull you through
    Whatever it takes to get what you need
    Ignore the alarm
    Ignore the police
    I'll never stop
    Breaking the law for you

    I'll never stop
    Breaking the law for you
    I'll never stop
    Helping to pull you through
    Whatever it takes to get what you need
    Ignore the alarm
    Ignore the police
    I'll never stop
    Breaking the law for you Writer/s: Ben Harrison, Emeli Sande, Shahid Khan
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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