Don't Bring Me Down
by Sia

Album: Colour the Small One (2004)
  • Faint light of dawn
    I'm listening to you breathing in and breathing out
    Needing nothing
    You're honey dipped
    You are beautiful, floating clouds, soft world
    I can't feel my lips

    I'm going down, I don't want to change
    I'm going down, going down the drain

    [Chorus]
    Don't bring me down, I beg you
    Don't bring me down, I won't let you
    Don't bring me down

    Then all of that's annulled and I'm anyone's everyone's
    We are one
    Your face becomes the sun
    And I'm addicted to the joy that the little things
    Those little things
    The little things they bring

    I'm going down, I don't want to change
    I'm going down, going down the drain

    [Chorus]

    So now for restless mind, I could go either way

    Oh but, I'm going down, I don't wanna change
    I'm going down, going down the drain

    Don't bring me down, I beg you
    Don't bring me down, I won't let you
    Don't bring me down, I beg you
    Don't bring me down, don't let me
    Don't bring me down,
    Don't bring me down, I won't let you
    Don't bring me down,

    There's nothing left to choose
    Oh I fight a word, I am right here
    Stay the night, protect me Writer/s: SIA FURLER, BLAIR MACKICHAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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