Insomnia

Album: Knowing What You Know Now (2018)
  • [Verse 1]
    Ten steps forwards
    Twenty steps back
    Hands over my cheeks
    My head falls back
    Skipping over every inch
    Over every crack
    I like to see sleepy people
    Walking every step
    Walking every step

    [Chorus 1]
    Insomnia
    I feel better with you
    You're in my head

    Insomnia
    I feel better with you
    You're in my head

    [Verse 2]
    Ten steps forwards
    Twenty steps back
    Hands over my cheeks
    My head falls back
    Skipping over every inch
    Over every crack
    I like to see sleepy people
    Walking every step
    Walking every step

    [Chorus 2]
    Insomnia
    I feel better with you
    You're in my head

    Insomnia
    I feel better with you
    You're in my head
    I feel better with you

    I feel better with you
    I feel better with you
    I feel better with you
    I feel better with you

    [Chorus 3]
    Insomnia
    I feel better with you
    You're in my head

    Insomnia
    I feel better with you

    I feel better with you
    I feel better with you
    I feel better with you
    I feel better with you

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