Fine Line

Album: Fine Line (2019)
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  • Put a price on emotion
    I'm looking for something to buy
    You've got my devotion
    But man, I can hate you sometimes

    I don't want to fight you
    And I don't wanna sleep in the dirt
    We'll get the drinks in
    So I'll get to thinking of her

    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line

    Test of my patience
    There's things that we'll never know
    You sunshine, you temptress
    My hand's at risk, I fold

    Crisp trepidation
    I'll try to shake this soon
    Spreading you open
    Is the only way of knowing you

    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be alright
    We'll be alright
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be a fine line
    We'll be alright (alright, alright, alright)

    (We'll be alright)
    (We'll be alright)

    We'll be alright
    We'll be alright Writer/s: Harry Edward Styles, Mitchell Kristopher Rowland, Sammy Witte, Thomas Edward Percy Hull, Tyler Sam Johnson
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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