Walk Alone

Album: Short Movie (2015)
  • I think you were wrong
    You said I can't love
    I was put upon this earth
    Not by any God or master
    To know you somehow

    In some bar someday
    I would see your face
    I don't believe this shit
    I was doing fine without it
    Now I can't walk alone
    I can't walk alone

    I just need a little more time
    I just need a little more highs
    I just need a little something from you
    Baby, I was born to love
    I was born to love
    I was put upon this earth
    I was doing fine without it
    Now I can't walk alone
    I can't walk alone Writer/s: LAURA BEATRICE MARLING
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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