February Air

Album: Lights EP (2008)
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  • If you don't believe me,
    If you don't like my plans,
    You mustn't tell me,
    How I know your face like the back of my hands.
    We walk the city,
    I talk to you, understand
    So won't you tell me.
    How I know this place like the back of my hand.

    My arms get cold,
    In February air.
    Please don't lose hold of me, out there.

    And I know you're near me.
    I know you understand.
    Say that you're with me.
    Say you know my face like the back of your hands.

    My arms get cold,
    In February air.
    Please don't lose hold of me out there.

    My arms get cold,
    In February air.
    Please don't lose hold of me, out there.

    Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah
    Out there
    Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah
    Hey yeah
    Yeah yeah yeah yeah
    Hey yeah
    Yeah yeah yeah yeah

    My arms get cold,
    In February air.
    Please don't lose hold of me out there.

    My arms get cold,
    In February air.
    Please don't lose hold of me out there.

    There, there
    February air, air
    And I know this place like the back of my hands Writer/s: DAVID THOMSON, VALERIE POXLEITNER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Mimzy from Salem, Orthis song is also about Valentine's Day.
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