Drowning Again

Album: RevolveR (2011)
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  • Hmmm
    Hmmm

    Waves upon waves keep me down
    And I can't get to the top
    But when I get there else there'll be nowhere
    'Cause I can't find the one I love
    And if I make it out
    Then we should talk about how you left me
    Just how you left me

    Drowning again
    Drowning again yeah
    Drowning again yeah
    You should come see how good it would be
    To come drown with me ooh ooh

    Days upon days I've been floating
    And you don't care if I die or not
    But when I'm deceased I hope you will be
    Dying next to me in my watery grave
    And before we go I just want my baby to know
    How it feels to be

    Drowning again yeah
    Drowning again yeah
    Drowning again yeah
    You should come see how it could it would be
    Hey ah ooh
    Ooh ooh

    Drowning again ooh in your love
    Drowning again ooh in your love
    Drowning in your love again
    Ooh in your love

    Drowning again in your love
    Drowning again in your love
    Drowning again in your love
    Uh drowning again in your love
    Drowning again in your love. Writer/s: FAHEEM RASHEED NAJM
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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