To Her Door

Album: Two Vines (2016)
  • Wait, it's the morning
    And I haven't slept
    And there's so much going on inside my head
    Wait, do you recall
    Just what happened
    Can't I come around and talk to you

    I feel better when we are together
    I know it's simple but I don't care
    I tried to say the things to make up for the mess I've caused

    Take this journey
    Don't reject me
    I'll do whatever you ask of me
    Heart beats in time
    Power to streetlights
    Eyes like I've never seen so beautiful

    I feel better when we are together
    I know it's simple but I don't care
    I tried to say the things to make up for the mess I've caused

    I feel better when we are together
    I know it's simple but I don't care
    I tried to say the things to make up for the mess I've caused
    I feel better when we are together
    I know it's simple but I don't care
    I tried to say the things to make up for the mess I've caused Writer/s: LUKE STEELE, JONATHAN SLOAN, LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM, PETER BRUCE MAYES, NICK LITTLEMORE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
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