In Your Arms Awhile

Album: The Beast In Its Tracks (2013)
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  • Hold me in your arms awhile
    Hold me in your arms awhile
    And I will hold you in my arms awhile
    I will hold you in my arms just a little bit longer

    Hold me in your mind awhile
    Hold me in your mind awhile
    And I will hold you in my mind awhile
    I will hold you in my mind just a little bit longer

    Hey hey hey
    You got my heart in your pocket

    When you're lost and you're falling down
    When you're lost and you're falling down
    I will hold you in my arms awhile
    I will hold you in my arms and you won't fall farther

    When you're gone and you're far away
    When you're gone and you're far away
    I will hold you in my mind awhile
    I will hold you in my mind and you won't go farther

    Hey hey hey
    You got my heart in your pocket
    Hey hey hey
    You got my heart in your pocket Writer/s: JOSH RITTER
    Publisher: DUCHAMP, INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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