Olé

Album: Yet to be titled (2016)
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  • Lowkey, you won't tell none of your friends about me
    You won't tell them I occupy your dreams and your thoughts
    Look at what we have started
    I feel so good when I leave your apartment

    I know, there's no telling how far you can go
    And you don't want to hear about my love and my lust
    Babe that I have been feeling
    I kiss you once, then I stare at the ceiling

    Olé, you bring too much sunlight to my day
    And only you can chase the pain away
    You bring too much sunlight to my day
    My day

    My heart speaks
    I ain't seen you or been with you for weeks
    But I see online that you've begun to be
    A good girl and take trips with your boyfriend
    Being attentive, continue to pretend

    But no, 'cause there's no telling how far you can go
    You've hidden my name on your phone so you can
    Call me to tell me you've been going through hell
    Left him alone and you booked in a hotel

    Olé, you bring too much sunlight to my day
    And only you can chase the pain away
    You bring too much sunlight to my day
    My day

    I can't control myself around you
    I can't control myself around you
    I can't control myself around you
    I can't control myself around you
    I can't control myself around you
    I can't control myself around you

    And I'm singing Olé,
    You bring too much sunlight to my day
    And only you can chase the pain away
    You bring too much sunlight to my day
    My day

    Olé, you bring too much sunlight to my day
    And only you can chase the pain away
    You bring too much sunlight to my day
    My day Writer/s: CALVIN HARRIS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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