Midnight

Album: Glasshouse (2017)
Charted: 89
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  • You're special
    Yours truly
    You pull me deep into my deepest desire
    Can you meet me in the midnight?
    Call me, hit me, 'cause I know you
    You know me
    When I'm fading
    You're the only one who inspires
    Can you meet me in the midnight?

    Maybe I love you
    Maybe I want to
    Maybe I need you
    Oh, yeah (maybe I love you)
    Don't let me fall through
    Now that I need you
    I feel this magic is never gonna fade
    I ain't got nothing to say

    But you're precious
    I'm scheming
    Keep dreaming
    'Bout a world where we are an item
    Can I miss you in the daylight?
    Whenever you're around, I'm lifted
    So lifted, oh yeah
    And this moment is made for you and I to go higher
    Higher, higher
    Can you meet me in the midnight?

    Maybe I love you
    Maybe I want to
    Maybe I need you
    Oh, yeah (maybe I love you)
    Don't let me fall through
    Now that I need you
    I feel his magic is never gonna fade
    I ain't got nothing to say

    I feel his magic
    I feel his magic
    I feel his magic away
    I feel his magic
    I feel his magic away

    Can you meet me in the midnight?

    Maybe I love you
    Maybe I want to
    Maybe I need you
    Oh, yeah
    Don't let me fall through
    Now that I need you
    I feel his magic is never gonna fade
    I ain't got nothing to say
    Maybe I love you (maybe I, maybe I)
    Maybe I want to (maybe I want to)
    Maybe I need you (maybe I need you)
    (Maybe I love you)
    Don't let me fall through
    Now that I need you (maybe I, maybe I)
    I feel his magic is never gonna fade
    I ain't got nothing to say Writer/s: Andrew Wansel, Bastian Langebaek, Jessica Lois Ware, Jordon Lee Titus Thomas, Kiah Ye Won Victoria
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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