Hi

Album: Hi (2021)
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  • High, high, high
    We got high, high, high
    We got high, high, high
    We got high (high, high, high)

    Tell me, tell me, tell me what it's all about
    You've got the answers, baby, there's no doubt
    You got high
    You're still high
    Spinning out of orbit in the pale moonlight
    Your eyes are burning like a neon light
    You're so high
    You're still high

    I'm gonna take my time on this road
    I've gotta find a place we call home
    I've gotta change your mind, yeah, before we get old

    High, high, high
    We got high, high, high
    We got high, high, high
    We got high (high, high, high)

    Hanging on a reason by your fingernails
    It's not the season to admit you failed
    You've got high
    You're still high
    Dancing to a rhythm that you can't explain
    Admit it now, I hear you sing my name
    You're so high
    Still so high

    I'm gonna take my time on this road
    I've gotta find a place we call home
    I've gotta change your mind, yeah, before we get old
    I'm gonna take my time on this road
    I've gotta find a place we call home
    I've gotta change your mind, yeah, before we get old

    High, high, high
    We got high, high, high
    We got high, high, high
    We got high (high, high, high)
    We got high, high, high
    We got high, high, high
    We got high, high, high
    We got high Writer/s: Jack McElhone, John McElhone, Robert Hodgens, Sharleen Spiteri
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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