All or Nothing at All

Album: Fading West (2014)
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  • I can't say I didn't see it coming
    I pushed the pedal and we hit the wall
    I can't say I don't want nothing
    I want it all, or nothing at all

    I should've known, should've known better
    I can't say I didn't see you fall
    I won't settle for your love letters
    I want it all or nothing at all

    You feel your heart beat loudest when it's breaking
    You and I both know our fatal flaws
    We both know that love is what you make it
    I want you
    All or nothing at all
    All or nothing at all

    There's a fault line here running
    The walls shake like a cannonball
    So fight fair if you love something
    Yeah, but I'm sick of fighting at all

    I can't say that I don't get it
    I want it all or nothing at all

    You feel your heart beat loudest when it's breaking
    You and I both know our fatal flaws
    We both know that love is what you make it
    I want you
    All or nothing at all
    All or nothing at all

    All or nothing at all
    All or nothing at all
    Eh, we won't stop till we're getting it right (All or nothing at all)
    Eh eh we won't stop till we're getting it right
    Yea yea yea, now I know, now I know better
    Eh eh we won't stop till we're getting it right
    (Eh eh) I want it all or nothing at all

    You feel your heart beat loudest when it's breaking
    You and I both know our fatal flaws
    We both know that love is what you make it
    I want you
    All or nothing at all
    All or nothing at all

    All or nothing at all
    All or nothing, all or nothing at all
    All or nothing at all Writer/s: JON FOREMAN, TIM FOREMAN, TIMOTHY PAGNOTTA
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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