Whatever Hurts You Through The Night

Album: Euphoric Heartbreak (2011)
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  • I see you in the night walking past my house
    I wonder if you feel the same as I do
    Just like me trapped and bruised
    And lost and lonely too
    You follow the fright
    Of
    Whatever hurts you through the night.

    I saw you tonight walking past my house
    I'm sure you feel the same as I do
    Caged and scared black & blue & black & blue
    Then comes the fright
    Of
    Whatever hurts you through the night

    If there was a way
    With me, would you runaway?
    If there was a way
    Would you let me take you away?
    Masterplan our escape route
    Run and never back we'd look
    We could leave behind
    Your past and mine
    The mirrors reflections that shocks in the light
    Take my hand we could leave tonight
    Whatever hurts you through the night. Writer/s: JAMES ALLAN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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