Euphoria, Take My Hand

Album: Euphoric Heartbreak (2011)
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  • Heartbreak, I'm not holding your hand any more
    Why can't you understand?
    Euphoria, take my hand
    Euphoria

    Your ways, my ways
    Never, always
    The future, the past
    The first, the last

    Heartbreak, I'm not holding your hand any more
    Why can't you understand?
    Euphoria, take my hand
    Euphoria

    Right time, wrong line
    Myself, I'm alien
    I swear to god, lies and bad thoughts
    1, 2, 3, 4, let go

    Heartbreak, I'm not holding your hand any more
    Why can't you understand?
    Euphoria, take my hand
    Euphoria

    I wish upon a falling star
    I feel, never felt, I hit
    You hit me, sunshine a liking to our evil evening
    Heartbreak, I'm not holding your hand anymore

    Heartbreak, I'm not holding your hand, let me go
    Why can't you understand?
    Why can't you understand?
    Why can't you understand?

    Euphoria, take my hand
    Euphoria, take my hand
    Euphoria, take my hand
    Euphoria

    Euphoria
    Take my hand
    Euphoria
    Take my hand

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