Piece of Your Heart

Album: Single release only (2018)
Charted: 2
  • Show me a piece of your heart, a piece of your love
    I'm calling you up to getting down, down, down
    The way that we touch is never enough
    I'm turning you up to getting down, down
    Show me a piece of your heart, a piece of your love
    I'm calling you up to getting down, down, down
    The way that we touch is never enough
    I'm turning you up to getting down, down, down

    What? Sorry, just quickly
    What if it's da, da, da, uh, uh
    Da, da, da, uh, uh
    Down, down, down

    Da, da, da, uh, uh
    Da, da, da, uh, uh
    Da, da, da, uh, uh
    Da, da, da
    Da, da, da, uh, uh
    Da, da, da, uh, uh
    Da, da, da, uh, uh
    Down, down, down

    Show me a piece of you, show me the heart in you
    I'll be what you want
    And if it's physical, keep it subliminal
    Show me what you want
    Show me a piece of you, show me the heart in you
    I'll be what you want
    And if it's physical, keep it subliminal
    Show me what you want

    Show me a piece of your heart, a piece of your love
    I'm calling you up to getting down, down, down
    The way that we touch is never enough
    I'm turning you up to getting down, down, down

    Down, down, down
    Down, down, down
    Down, down, down
    Down, down, down

    Da, da, da, uh, uh, down, down, down
    Da, da, da, uh, uh
    Da, da, da, uh, uh
    Da, da, da, uh, uh, da, da, da
    Da, da, da, uh, uh
    Da, da, da, uh, uh
    Da, da, da, uh, uh
    Down, down, down

    Show me a piece of you, show me the heart in you
    I'll be what you want
    And if it's physical, keep it subliminal
    Show me what you want Writer/s: Connor Manning, Joshua Grimmett, Luca De Gregorio, Mattia Vitale, Nathan Cross, Simone Giani
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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