Save Me from Myself

  • Lost
    My heart is hard as stone
    On my own, alone, I carry it home
    Gone
    I used to waste the days,
    So distraught, I thought, I'm changing my ways
    Now you're changing my ways

    You save me
    Save me from myself
    There is no one else
    I'd lean on
    Save me
    You save me from myself
    There is no one else that sets me free

    Start
    The start of something new
    Is what I find, when I'm just looking at you.
    Lift
    You lift me off the ground,
    Keep holding my hand
    I won't bend or even look down

    Don't look down!
    Don't look down!

    You save me
    Save me from myself
    There is no one else
    I'd lean on
    Save me
    You save me from myself
    There is no one else that sets me free


    You save me
    Save me from myself
    There is no one else
    I'd lean on
    Save me
    You save me from myself
    There is no one else that sets me free Writer/s: LAU HOEJEN NIELSEN, MORTEN THORHAUGE, SOEREN BALSNER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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