Can't Stay Away

Album: Down In A Hole (2016)
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  • Walking in the wrong direction
    Know I should be walking home
    Smart enough to be alone
    Ain't tough enough to be alone

    Can't stay

    Got me wrapped around your finger
    Pulling strings to play my heart
    You fill the night with conversation
    That turn the daylight dark

    Can't stay
    Oh I
    Can't stay

    They go laughing at me
    Watch the wheels fall of track
    Did you think I'd let you down
    Did you think I'd get you baby off my back

    I can feel blood tun through me
    Standing on a mountain high
    Sent to hell on my devil's wings
    Couldn't stop her even if I try

    Can't stay
    Oh I
    Can't stay
    Away Writer/s: Jude Cole, Kiefer Sutherland
    Publisher: Songtrust Ave, Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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