Collide

Album: Glassheart (2011)
Charted: 4
  • I'll pick you up when you're down
    Be there when no one's around
    When you're in unfamiliar places
    Count on me through life's changes

    I'm in tune with how you feel
    Everything bout this is real
    When you're in unfamiliar places
    Count on me through life's changes

    You're all I want, yeah yeah
    I know you're the one, yeah
    You're all I want, yeah
    I know you're the one, yeah

    Crash into me
    At full speed
    Crash into me
    We can collide, we can collide

    Crash into me
    At full speed
    We can collide, we can collide
    We can collide, we can collide

    Crash into me

    We can collide, we can collide
    We can collide, we can collide

    When you're in unfamiliar places
    Count on me through life's changes

    Know that you're never alone
    In me you can find a home
    When you're in unfamiliar places
    Count on me through life's changes

    You're all I want, yeah (yeah)
    You're all I want (oh), yeah (yeah yeah)
    You're all I want, yeah (you are the one)
    I know you're the one, yeah (you are)

    Crash into me
    At full speed
    We can collide, we can collide
    We can collide, we can collide

    Crash into me
    We can collide, we can collide
    We can collide, we can collide

    We can collide, we can collide
    We can collide, we can collide Writer/s: BRIAN CRADDOCK, ROBERT PELOSI, ROBERT MICHAEL PELONI
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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