Pendulum

  • I'm a sweet, little love maker
    Finding time, to make my words better (I)

    Lately I
    Not so present now
    Not in love
    For your constant fun

    I've got time, but you're tired of waiting
    You only want me in other spaces
    Come fill your gaps with people
    I know no one

    So lonely trying to be yours
    When you're looking for so much more

    You forgot
    How we fell in love
    I'm your sweet
    Little love maker

    You're younger than I am broken
    I dance feelings like that sparkle
    Summer conversations, not enough

    So lonely trying to be yours
    What a forsaken cause
    So lonely trying to be yours
    When you're looking for so much more

    (So lonely trying)
    How does it feel to have me thinking about you?
    Wishing the words were enough to consume you
    So lonely trying to be yours
    How does it feel to have me thinking about you?

    So lonely trying to be yours
    What a forsaken cause
    So lonely trying to be yours
    When you're looking for so much more Writer/s: Paul Epworth, Tahliah Barnett
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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