Break In

Album: The Strange Case Of... (2012)
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  • Put your lighter in the air and lead me back home
    When it's all said and done and follow where the air goes
    I hear you night after night calling out my name
    And I'm finding myself running to meet you
    I didn't want to escape
    From the bricks that I laid down

    You are the only one
    The only that sees me
    That trusts me and believes me
    You are the only one
    The only one that knows me
    And in the dark you show me
    It's perfectly reckless
    Damn you leave me defenseless
    So break in
    Break in

    You let me fall apart without letting go
    Then you pick up the pieces and you make me whole
    I didn't want to escape
    From the bricks that I laid down

    You are the only one
    The only that sees me
    That trusts me and believes me
    You are the only one
    The only one that knows me
    And in the dark you show me
    It's perfectly reckless
    Damn you leave me defenseless
    So break in

    And take everything I have
    Until there is nothing left
    Until it's just your voice in my head
    And when the lights come on
    You see me as I am
    You're still inside me

    You are the only one
    The only that sees me
    That trusts me and believes me
    You are the only one
    The only one that knows me
    And in the dark you show me
    It's perfectly reckless
    Damn you leave me defenseless
    So break in
    Break in

    Put your lighter in the air and lead me back home Writer/s: ROBERT GRAVES, LIZZY HALE, MARK HOLMAN, AIMEE PROAL
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
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