Stockholm Syndrome

Album: Four (2014)
Charted: 99
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  • Who's that shadow holding me hostage?
    I've been here for days
    Who's this whisper telling me that I'm never gonna get away?

    I know they'll be coming to find me soon
    But I feel I'm getting used to
    Being held by you

    Oh
    Baby, look what you've done to me
    Oh
    Baby, look what you've done now
    Oh
    Baby, I'll never leave if you keep holding me this way, oh o-oh
    Oh
    Baby, look what you've done to me
    Oh
    Baby, you've got me tied down
    Oh
    Baby, I'll never leave if you keep holding me this way, oh o-oh

    Who's this man that's holding your hand
    And talking about your eyes?
    Used to sing about being free but now he's changed his mind

    I know they'll be coming to find me soon
    But my Stockholm syndrome is in your room
    Yeah, I fell for you!

    Oh
    Baby, look what you've done to me
    Oh
    Baby, look what you've done now
    Oh
    Baby, I'll never leave if you keep holding me this way, oh o-oh
    Oh
    Baby, look what you've done to me
    Oh
    Baby, you've got me tied down
    Oh
    Baby, I'll never leave if you keep holding me this way, oh o-oh

    All my life I've been on my own
    I use a light to guide me home
    But now together we're alone
    And there's no other place I'd ever wanna go

    Baby, look what you've done

    Oh
    Baby, look what you've done to me
    Oh
    Baby, look what you've done now
    Oh
    Baby, I'll never leave if you keep holding me this way, oh o-oh
    Oh
    Baby, look what you've done to me
    Oh
    Baby, you've got me tied down
    Oh
    Baby, I'll never leave if you keep holding me this way, oh o-oh
    Oh
    Oh
    Baby look what you've done
    Oh
    Baby look what you've done to me
    Baby look what you've done to me Writer/s: Julian Colin Bunetta, Johan Jens Erik Carlsson, John Henry Ryan, Edward Harry Styles
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management
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