Something Great

Album: Midnight Memories (2013)
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  • One day you'll come into my world and say it all
    You say we'll be together even when you're lost
    One day you'll say these words
    I thought you'll never say
    You say we're better off together in our bed

    I want you here with me
    Like how I pictured it
    So I don't have to keep imagining

    Come on, jump out at me
    Come on, bring everything
    Is it too much to ask for something great?

    The script was written and I could not change a thing
    I want to rip it all to shreds and start again
    One day I'll come into your world and get it right
    I'll say we're better off together here tonight

    I want you here with me
    Like how I pictured it
    So I don't have to keep imagining

    Come on, jump out at me
    Come on, bring everything
    Is it too much to ask for something great?

    I want you here with me
    Like how I pictured it
    So I don't have to keep imagining

    Come on, jump out at me
    Come on, bring everything
    Is it too much to ask for something great?

    I want you here with me
    Like how I pictured it
    Is it too much to ask for something great?

    You're all I want
    So much it's hurting
    You're all I want
    So much it's hurting Writer/s: Garrett Lee, Gary Lightbody, Harry Styles
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Spirit Music Group, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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