Headlights

Album: Morning Parade (2012)
  • Late like the evening sun, I
    I sink to the ground.
    But I'll keep my promises, I
    I won't let you down.

    'Cause like a rabbit in your headlights
    I am the beckon to your call.
    And like the early morning headlines,
    I am all too predictable.
    I am all too predictable.

    (Oh oh oh-oh.)

    You're steady as I come undone, you
    You're quietly bound.
    But I'll keep my promises, I
    I won't let you down.

    'Cause like a rabbit in your headlights,
    I am the beckon to your call.
    And like the early morning headlines,
    I am all too predictable.
    Yeah, I am all too predictable.

    True like the first born,
    Weighed pound for pound.
    I'll keep my promises, like
    A thorn in your crown.
    Yeah!

    'Cause like a rabbit in your headlights,
    I am the beckon to your call.
    Just say jump, I'll say "How high?"
    'Cause I'm all too predictable.
    Yeah I'm all to predictable. Writer/s: CHAD THOMAS, BENJAMIN GIDDINGS, ANDREW HAYES, STEPHEN SPARROW, PHIL TITUS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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