Night Time, My Time

Album: Night Time, My Time (2013)
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  • I'm useless and I know it
    Auditory hallucination
    You said, "I don't care what I'm thinking about
    But I'm thinking of you right now"

    Night time is my time
    I'm drowning, not waving
    Falling in space
    Will I slow down?
    Or go faster and faster
    Into you maybe?
    Slow down right now

    I wouldn't feel anything
    When we burst into dust forever
    And no angels will help us out
    'Cause they've all gone away

    Night time is my time
    I'm drowning, not waving
    Falling in space
    Will I slow down?
    Or go faster and faster
    Into you maybe?
    Slow down right now

    Faster and faster
    I'll go faster and faster
    I'll go faster and faster
    I'll go faster and faster
    I'll go faster and faster
    I'll go faster and faster
    I'll go faster and faster
    I'll go faster and faster
    I'll go faster and faster
    Faster, faster, faster
    Faster, faster, faster
    Faster and faster
    I'll go faster and faster Writer/s: Justin Louis Raisen, Sky Ferreira
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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