Endorphins

Album: Torus (2013)
Charted: 10
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  • Every breath I take is heavy with the thought of you
    The moment I awake I'm chasing signs
    Never give up, I never give up
    It's never enough, it's never enough
    You're not the one that's scared that the sun won't shine on me

    I've been holding on for some kind of miracle
    I'll be right there if you're ever alone
    Holding on for some kind of miracle
    I'll be right there if you're ever alone

    Every step I take is heavy with the thought of you
    The moments I delay will make you mine
    Never give up, I never give up
    It's never enough, it's never enough
    You're not the one that's scared that the sun won't shine on me

    I've been holding on for some kind of miracle
    I'll be right there if you're ever alone
    Holding on for some kind of miracle
    I'll be right there if you're ever alone

    If you're ever alone

    And I'm holding
    And I'm holding on
    And I'm holding
    And I'm holding on
    And I'm holding
    And I'm holding on

    And I'm holding
    And I'm holding on
    And I'm holding
    And I'm holding on
    And I'm holding
    And I'm holding on Writer/s: AMANDA GHOST
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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