Break Up Song

Album: Pixie Lott (2014)
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  • By the grace, of your lips
    I have long searched, happiness
    And the love, in our hearts
    Shone away, through the dark
    But lately, lately, lately, lately, I
    Have felt an overwhelming need to cry
    And maybe, maybe, maybe we can try
    To make it right, oh to make it right

    This is our break up song, but
    Can't we just get along for the night
    Not a fight, one less goodbye
    But just a moment, let me hold back
    Baby hold back, all the things we haven't said
    Make love like we just met

    By the way
    Let you kiss, I know it's over, yeah all of this
    And the one world, that we knew
    Has broken, in two
    'Cause lately, lately, lately, lately, I
    Have felt the good of change I get tonight
    And baby, baby, baby, if we try
    We make it right, yeah we make it right

    This is our break up song, but
    Can't we just get along for the night
    Not a fight, one less, goodbye
    But just a moment, let me hold back
    Baby hold back, all the things we haven't said
    Make love like we just met

    Oh, I'm gonna miss the way you held me in the morning
    I'm gonna miss the future that we planned
    The way we fought, the way we kissed
    The heat inside, the tenderness
    Love was our religion ooh

    This is our break up song, but
    Can't we just get along for the night
    In spite, of the hurt we hide
    For old times sake
    Won't you just take me by the waist
    And hold me underneath the sheets
    Make love like our first week

    This is our break up song, but (a break up song)
    Can't we just get along for the night (get along)
    Not a fight, one less, goodbye (goodbye)
    But just a moment, let me hold back
    Baby hold back, all the things we haven't said
    Make love like we just met (we just met) Writer/s: VICTORIA LOTT, JIM IRVIN, RAMI AFUNI
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
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