11:11

Album: Right Here Right Now (2015)
  • It's eleven, eleven and the world is windin' down
    Thinkin' damn
    I could use a shooting star right now
    I wish I was perfect enough for you
    I wish I was flawless, just like you
    I wish I was sane enough, but I'm just crazy, baby

    Crazy over you
    Crazy over you
    Can you play me? Will you save me?
    Lookin' at you makes me weak
    Can you help me? Would you tell me?
    You don't want nobody else but me

    I wish you were (already mine, already mine)
    I wish you were (already mine, already mine)
    Just gotta hear you one time oh yeah
    Just gotta hear you one time oh yeah
    I wish you were
    Oh-oh-oh-oh already mine

    Now it's eleven past twelve, I keep lookin' at my caller ID
    But you ain't even got my number
    Why the hell would you be callin' me yeah?
    I wish you were closer, closer to me
    And if I would grow, can be all I need
    Maybe you noticed, and seen me, call me crazy, baby

    Crazy over you
    Crazy over you
    Can you play me? Will you save me?
    Lookin' at you makes me weak
    Can you help me? Would you tell me?
    You don't want nobody else but me

    I wish you were
    (Already mine) (already mine) (already mine) (already mine)
    I wish you were (already mine, already mine)
    Just gotta hear you one time
    Just gotta hear you one time
    I wish you were
    Oh-oh-oh-oh already mine

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