Places

Album: single release only (2017)
Charted: 27
  • I come back to the places where we found us
    We're somewhere in a place between love and lust

    And I could go anywhere, anywhere is home
    Yeah I could go anywhere, never feel alone
    I come back to the places where we found us, yeah

    When I'm not with you, I'm not me
    Nothing ever feels good
    When I'm not with you
    I'm not in control of what I do, it's not me
    When I'm not with you, I'm not me
    Nothing ever feels good
    When I'm not with you
    I'm not in control of what I do, it's not me
    When I'm not with you

    When I'm not with you, it's not me
    When I'm not with you

    I come back to the places where we found us
    I come back, I come back

    I'm not me, I'm not me, no
    Nothing ever feels good
    When I'm not with you
    I'm not in control of what I do, it's not me
    When I'm not with you, I'm not me
    Nothing ever feels good
    When I'm not with you
    I'm not in control of what I do, it's not me, no no no
    When I'm not with you

    When I'm not with you, it's not me
    When I'm not with you

    When I'm not with, I'm not me
    Nothing ever feels good
    When I'm not with you
    I'm not in control of what I do
    I'm not in control of what I do

    When I'm not with you
    When I'm not with you, it's not me
    When I'm not with you Writer/s: Michael Mougeot, Martin L. Picandet, Ina Christine Wroldsen, Martin Solveig, Michael Calfan
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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