Circles

Album: The Spirit Indestructible (2012)
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  • The day is getting late
    It’s a lot to take
    Looking at your face
    It hides nothing
    Emotions are recycled
    I open the window
    I don’t know about you
    But I’m feeling stifled

    Then I get just a glimpse
    I see where our love is
    Please look into my eyes
    Baby you gotta try to

    Dial into me
    Dial into me
    Dial into me
    Dial into me
    Don’t talk in circles

    You don’t know what to say
    How did we get this way
    It’s like we just press play
    And run on automatic (it gets so static)
    I can barely breathe
    You’re filling up with steam
    You say it’s about me
    But I’m just setting boundaries

    Then I see a bright light
    I see it’s worth the fight
    I know we’ll get it right
    Baby our love can shine if you

    Dial into me
    Dial into me
    Dial into me
    Dial into me
    Don’t walk in circles

    We’re after the same things
    Bursting at the same seams
    I cannot carry the whole load here
    No I can’t tell you what that means
    I’m gonna carry my load
    If you promise not to take your eyes off me
    Don’t take your eyes off me
    Don’t take your eyes off me
    Let's break the circle Writer/s: CHRIS ZANE, MICHAEL ANGELAKOS, NELLY FURTADO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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