Album: Single Release Only (2013)
Charted: 7
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  • I've lost count of the ways I've tried to shut this down
    But the flame never goes out
    All the dangers I've faced I've taken on my own
    I've never had reason to doubt
    But you, you've opened through
    I've got no defense as you take me over the edge

    I feel you next to me

    I don't want to lose control
    But the minute I feel you next to me your fire takes hold
    Falling like a burning stone
    But it feels like you're my gravity
    Gonna let myself go

    The one piece that I need to make me feel complete
    The rest means nothing to me, oh
    What a rush that I get
    Ad good as when you're right there
    You know you fill my head, you push my senses over the edge

    I don't want to lose control
    But the minute I feel you next to me your fire takes hold
    Falling like a burning stone
    But it feels like you're my gravity
    Gonna let myself go

    Falling into you, there's nothing I can do
    I got no defense against you
    Falling into you, the ways you pull me through
    I keep falling deeper into you

    I don't want to lose control
    But the minute I feel you next to me your fire takes hold
    Falling like a burning stone
    But it feels like you're my gravity
    Gonna let myself go

    I don't want to lose control
    But the minute I feel you next to me your fire takes hold
    Falling like a burning stone
    But it feels like you're my gravity
    Gonna let myself go

    I feel you next to me, next to me, next to me
    I feel you next to me, gonna let myself go Writer/s: Brendan Collins, Jamie Quinn, Thomas Havelock
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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