Got Nuffin

Album: Transference (2010)
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  • When I'm with you, all my brothers, oh
    I feel like a king
    It feels like I'm dreaming

    When that blood goes rattling through my veins
    My ears start to ring
    I notice what matters

    And I got nothing to lose but darkness and shadows
    Got nothing to lose but bitterness and patterns

    When I can't find the way to reach you my love
    I'm just not the same
    Just the same

    When I know you're watching out for me
    I know what I'm knowing
    I can see what matters

    And I got nothing to lose but darkness and shadows
    Got nothing to lose but emptiness and hang-ups
    Oooo

    Oh, when I know you're watching out for me
    I look for what matters
    And I notice what matters

    And I got nothing to lose but darkness and shadows
    Got nothing to lose but loneliness and patterns

    The flowers blooming, the trains collide
    Ahhh
    I don't got a thing to lose Writer/s: BRITT DANIEL
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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