Oh Baby

Album: American Dream (2017)
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  • Oh baby
    Oh baby
    You're having a bad dream
    Here in my arms

    Oh sugar
    You came to me
    Could all be a bad thing
    And do you harm

    Oh oh oh

    Oh lover
    You run from me
    We move like a bad scene
    Shot in the dark

    Oh but please
    Please wake me
    For my love lies patiently
    Please baby please
    And my love life waits for me

    Oh love
    You came to me
    Are you having a bad time?
    There in your home

    Oh sugar
    Give in to me
    You're just having a bad dream
    Of raining lungs

    Oh but please
    Please shake me from my lovesick patient dream
    Please baby please
    And my love plays wait and see

    Oh I'm on my knees, yeah
    I'm on my knees
    I promise I'm clean
    And my love life waits

    And you're already gone
    Yeah, you're already gone
    We are already home
    And my love life stumbles on

    Oh baby
    Lean into me
    There's always a side door
    Into the dark
    Into the dark, shh Writer/s: James Murphy
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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