Brooklyn

Album: You Are Someone Else (2018)
  • I wake up with worry
    Nothing fills me up
    He follows me daily
    He knows how to love
    No true end inside me
    I won't ever say it enough
    You're a Brooklyn baby
    You know how to love

    I know what can rule me
    Sink me with the sand
    Oh, I can be the warden
    And I will never crave it
    I won't ever say it enough
    You're a Brooklyn baby
    You know how to love

    You are someone else
    There's something I can't define
    You are not mine
    You are someone
    You are someone else
    Worrying in my head
    That's what she said
    You are someone else

    You, you are not my

    You are like the honey
    I am not allowed
    Oh, I won't go without
    Show me in a movie
    You can tell me what you're about
    Oh, I'm in Brooklyn baby
    I'm a long way out

    You are someone else
    There's something I can't define
    You are not mine
    You are someone
    You are someone else
    Worrying in my head
    That's what she said
    You are someone else

    You, you are not my
    You are someone else

    Swear I go
    Does he know
    That we're different, I
    You, you are not my
    And I still say
    Each new day
    I got this one

    You, you are not my, you are not my
    You, you are not my

    You are someone else
    There's something I can't define
    You are not mine
    You are someone
    You are someone else
    Worrying in my head
    That's what she said
    You are someone else

    You, you, you are not my
    You are someone else
    You, you, you are not my
    You are someone else Writer/s: Chris Hall, Jack Wilson, Jack Trebor Herrington, Michael Seamus Crossey, Natassja Lucy Ellen Shiner, Sam Morris
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Songtrust Ave, Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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