Your Loss I'm Found

Album: Sweet Talker (2014)
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  • Where did we go?
    Put your hand down
    I'm scared to know
    What I'm feeling, yeah
    Say yes or no
    Do I give up and just let go
    Or keep on dreaming?

    What is this?
    I was yours, you let me go
    Are you bored?
    Is this love, can you tell me?
    I've had enough
    Oh, so tell me

    How can I be your lover?
    Stars ain't made to shine under clouds
    Stop turning me down
    One day when you discover,
    How bright I try to love you now
    I won't be around
    It's too late
    You're lost, I'm found

    I gave my all
    Guess you knew all along I would fall
    For your teasing, why? (Why?)
    And no matter what, I won't go back to who I was
    And watch you will be there, oh no, no no no

    Why ain't can be your lover?
    How to bright to shine under clouds
    You won't turn me down
    One day when you discover,
    How bright I try to love you now
    I won't be around
    Too late, you're lost, I'm found

    How can I be your lover?
    Stars ain't made to shine under clouds
    Stop turning me down
    One day when you discover
    How bright I try to love you now
    I won't be around
    Too late, you're lost, I'm found

    Ooh it's too late
    Too late, you're lost, I'm found ooh, ooh yeah ooh ooh Writer/s: HIDDE HUIJSMAN, JESSICA CORNISH, MASSIMO CLAUDIO CACCIAPUOTI, MICHEL JACOBUS ADRIANUS VAN DER ZANDE, THADDIS HARRELL
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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