Sunday Morning

Album: 27861 (2016)
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  • City lights blurring lines, feels like the world's on fire
    Chasing minutes in the back of this cab, counting every single mile
    I ain't thinking 'bout tomorrow, I ain't thinking 'bout days gone by
    I'm just thinking 'bout, getting to wherever you are tonight

    'Cause when I get lonely
    You don't have to get on my mind
    'Cause you're already on it
    And you touch me just in time
    Making it all feel alright
    Slowing it all down just right
    When I'm lost on a Saturday night
    Baby you save me just like
    Sunday morning
    Sunday morning

    I feel the sun on my face coming through trying to wake us up
    With your arms around me I ain't thinking about what it is, or what it was
    I just feel the peace all around like there's barely a sound, out on the street
    Like a church choir, hallelujah, raining down on me

    'Cause when I get lonely
    You don't have to get on my mind
    'Cause you're already on it
    And you touch me just in time
    Making it all feel alright
    Slowing it all down just right
    When I'm lost on a Saturday night
    Baby you save me just like
    Sunday morning
    Sunday morning

    Oh, ain't nothing like the way you bring the crazy down
    Oh, girl you got me feeling dizzy right now

    'Cause when I get lonely
    You don't have to get on my mind
    'Cause you're already on it
    And you touch me just in time
    Making it all feel alright
    Slowing it all down just right
    When I'm lost on a Saturday night
    Baby you save me just like
    Sunday morning
    Sunday morning Writer/s: Joshua Osborne, Matt Thomas, Ross Copperman
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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