Hold My Hand

Album: I Cry When I Laugh (2015)
Charted: 1 86
  • Standing in a crowded room and I can't see your face
    Put your arms around me, tell me everything's okay
    In my mind, I'm running round a cold and empty space
    Just put your arms around me, tell me everything's okay

    (In my mind, I'm running round)
    You don't make me wait and never let me break, you never let fall
    You don't make me wait and never let me break, you never let fall

    Darling, hold my hand

    Soul is like a melting pot when you're not next to me
    Tell me that you've got me and you're never gonna leave
    Tryna find a moment where I can find release
    Please tell me that you've got me and you're never gonna leave

    (In my mind, I'm running round)
    You don't make me wait and never let me break, you never let fall
    You don't make me wait and never let me break, you never let fall

    Darling, hold my hand Writer/s: Jack Patterson, Janee Bennett, Ina Wroldsen, Jess Glynne
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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