Resonance

Album: Single Release Only (2014)
Charted: 13
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  • If you really care, you would care less
    Fight the fear of being fearless, fearless wooh
    Done with the norm, we want enormous,
    Blood on the floor but it was flawless, flawless wooh

    Resonance running through my veins
    Resonance burning through my brain
    (I) I need this resonance
    (I) Like a club needs bass

    If you really cared you would care less,
    Fight the fear of being fearless, fearless wooh
    Done with the norm, we want enormous,
    Blood on the floor but it was flawless, flawless wooh

    Resonance running through my veins
    Resonance burning through my brain
    (I) I need this resonance
    (I) Like a club needs bass

    (I)

    Resonance running through my veins
    Resonance burning through my brain
    (I) I need this resonance
    (I) Like a club needs bass Writer/s: AARON COWEN, MARVIN HUMES, TALAY RILEY
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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