Cut Copy Me

Album: Lost in You (2012)
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  • I breathe you in when you are near
    I hide my coyness and fear
    Don't let the light grow dim
    It's just you and I in the moonlight air

    Cut copy me I'm all yours
    You're the shoreline I see when I'm off course
    I want you to hold me forever, make it last
    Forget the others from my past

    I seek you in the depths of the night
    Like a beacon of light you guide my fright
    I promise to give you the sweetest sleep
    And my shoulder is yours when you weep

    Cut copy me I'm all yours
    You're the shoreline I see when I'm off course
    I want you to hold me forever, make it last
    Forget the others from my past

    Cut copy me I'm all yours
    You're the shoreline I see when I'm off course
    I want you to hold me forever, make it last
    Forget the others from my past Writer/s: John Owen Williams, Paul James Visser, Sarah Naghshineh
    Publisher: Casablanca Media Publishing
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