My Delirium

Album: Ladyhawke (2008)
Charted: 33
  • Late night, waiting by the phone
    Tonight waiting for an answer
    Heartbeat drumming double time
    I need one more chance to be near you

    Still hanging on
    (For what)
    Can't operate
    (Fired up)

    I won't eat and I won't sleep for you, yeah
    No rest till I
    (Get through)
    'Cause I'm holding out
    (For you)
    Am I the only one who's insane?

    Hey, you're playing with my delirium
    And the longer I wait the harder I'm gonna fall
    Stop playing with my delirium
    'Cause I'm outta my head and outta my self-control

    Still here in this quiet room
    Deep in delusion sending me over
    Outside watch the world go by
    Inside time stands still as I wonder

    Still hanging on
    (For what?)
    Can't operate
    (Fired up)

    I won't eat and I won't sleep for you, yeah
    No rest till I
    (Get through)
    'Cause I'm holding out
    (For you)
    Am I the only one who's insane

    Hey, you're playing with my delirium
    And the longer I wait the harder I'm gonna fall
    Stop playing with my delirium
    'Cause I'm outta my head and outta my self-control
    (I won't eat and I won't sleep for you, yeah)

    Hey, you're playing with my delirium
    And the longer I wait the harder I'm gonna fall
    Stop playing with my delirium
    'Cause I'm outta my head and outta my self-control

    Hey, you're playing with my delirium
    And the longer I wait the harder I'm gonna fall
    Stop playing with my delirium
    'Cause I'm outta my head and outta my self-control Writer/s: PASCAL RICHARD MARCEL GHISLAIN GABRIEL, HANNAH ROBINSON, PIP BROWN, ALEX GRAY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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