Dominos

Album: A Brief History of Love (2009)
Charted: 27
  • Uh uh-uh
    These girls fall like dominos, dominos
    These girls fall like dominos
    These girls fall like dominos, dominos

    As soon as I love her it's been too long
    Talks of future with you makes me I'll
    Swallow my sugar kiss, and eat it alone
    Hearts collide and smash any dreams of love

    These girls fall like dominos, dominos
    These girls fall like dominos, dominos
    These girls fall like dominos, dominos, dominos

    Three words we shared said you weren't only all
    Stuck with forever to the point of tears
    Swimming with the villa where we slowly drown
    Ending at never haunting melody

    As soon as I love her it's been too long.
    And I really love breaking your heart
    These silver apples will shine on I was wrong
    The hottest love has the coldest end

    These girls fall like dominos, dominos
    These girls fall like dominos, dominos
    These girls fall like dominos, dominos
    These girls fall like dominos, dominos, dominos

    These girls fall like dominos, dominos
    These girls fall like dominos, dominos
    These girls fall like dominos, dominos
    These girls fall like dominos, dominos, dominoes

    Uh uh-uh Writer/s: DAVE TAYLOR, MILO CORDELL, ROBBIE FURZE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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