Hey Hey Hallelujah

Album: Wildfire (2016)
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  • I'm turning you up
    I'm turning you on
    Yeah your head's saying danger, danger
    but your heart must be drunk
    And I know you don't settle
    and I know you're not weak
    But I think you can't help it, help it
    when it comes to me ooh

    I really got a hold on you, you're begging me for more
    You never seen nobody do the things I do before singing
    Hey hey hallelujah, hey hey hallelujah
    Yeah I drive you crazy and your heart's about to break
    You're begging me for mercy, don't know how much you can take, singing
    Hey hey hallelujah, hey hey hallelujah

    Tonight I'm so cold
    not calling you back
    But tomorrow we'll cuddle, cuddle
    my legs in your lap (you know it)
    And your friends tried to warn you
    Said she'll tear you apart
    she's nothing but trouble, trouble
    She's playing you hard

    I really got a hold on you, you're begging me for more
    You never seen nobody do the things I do before singing
    Hey hey hallelujah, hey hey hallelujah
    Yeah I drive you crazy and your heart's about to break
    You're begging me for mercy, don't know how much you can take, singing
    Hey hey hallelujah, hey hey hallelujah

    I don't know what you do to me
    Baby don't worry, I'm sugar and sweet
    I don't know what you do to me
    Baby don't worry, I'm good as can be
    I don't know what you do to me
    Baby don't worry, I'm sugar and sweet
    I don't know what you do to me
    Baby don't worry, I'm good as can be

    I'm singing hallelujah when you touch me
    Hallelujah, Jeff Buckley
    Coming home to all my clothes out on the street yeah
    Five minutes later asking me where we eating
    Makin' me feel good when you put me on my knees
    And love me like you should
    you make me wanna scream Hallelujah, can't win
    I don't wanna lose you, all in

    I really got a hold on you, you're begging me for more
    You never seen nobody do the things I do before singing
    Hey hey hallelujah, hey hey hallelujah (hey hallelujah)
    Yeah I drive you crazy and your heart's about to break
    You're begging me for mercy, don't know how much you can take, singing
    Hey hey hallelujah, hey hey hallelujah

    I really got a hold on you, you're begging me for more
    You never seen nobody do the things I do before singing
    Hey hey hallelujah, hey hey hallelujah (hey)
    Yeah I drive you crazy and your heart's about to break
    You're begging me for mercy, don't know how much you can take, singing
    Hey hey hallelujah, hey hey hallelujah, ujah Writer/s: CAROLINE AILIN, EMANUEL S KIRIAKOU, EVAN BOGART, ZUKHAN BEY
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Walt Disney Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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