Our Eyes

Album: Work It Out (2015)
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  • I'm alive
    I feel it now
    I never knew I'll find it on you
    Out of line we got ourselves
    In a look, wait we are not fine
    Wait, you are not mine
    We find our eyes stuck looking at
    Our eyes are making out
    We're not made for this
    Fighting love
    Our eyes stuck looking at
    Our eyes are making out
    We're too close to be out of touch
    Out of touch
    Out of touch

    Lay away, quiet corner
    Side by side, we follow our minds
    Walk it on, then we trip
    On the line, wait we are not fine
    Wait, you are not mine
    We find Our eyes stuck looking at
    Our eyes are making out
    We're not made for this
    Fighting love
    Our eyes stuck looking at
    Our eyes are making out
    We're too close to be out of touch
    Our eyes stuck looking at
    Our eyes are making out
    We're not made for this
    Fighting love
    Our eyes stuck looking at
    Our eyes are making out
    We're too close to be out of touch

    I can't stay low
    I'm always glad when we wake up
    I'm just as there as you
    So, when we wake up
    I can't stay low
    I'm always glad when we wake up
    I'm just as there as you
    So, when we wake up
    Our eyes stuck looking at
    Our eyes are making out
    We're not made for this
    Fighting love
    Our eyes stuck looking at
    Our eyes are making out
    We're too close to be out of touch
    Our eyes stuck looking at
    Our eyes are making out
    We're not made for this
    Fighting love
    Our eyes stuck looking at
    Our eyes are making out
    We're too close to be out of touch
    Oh oh, out of touch
    Out of touch
    Out of touch Writer/s: Lucy Rose Parton
    Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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