Catch Your Wave

Album: Greetings From Imrie House (2005)
  • In the middle of the night
    That's when you caught my eye
    I chased you round in memories
    Through the breeze and trees and you tease me
    But hey

    The clock's turning around
    And you're still playing these games
    It's such a waste to bring me down, down, down
    Don't bring me down cause

    Hey girl, I want to catch your wave
    Hey girl, I want to drift away with you
    Hey girl, you've got an undertow
    Hey girl, hey girl, don't want to let you go

    When I turned sixteen
    That's when I started to dream
    I chased you round in memories
    Through the breeze and the trees and you tease me
    But hey

    Well every princess has her night
    And I'm still in it for the fight
    Not givin' in, I'm gonna win, win, win
    I'm gonna win cause

    Hey girl, I want to catch your wave
    Hey girl, I want to drift away with you
    Hey girl, you've got an undertow
    Hey girl, hey girl don't want to let you go

    I'm never gonna let you go

    Hey girl, I want to catch your wave
    Hey girl, I want to drift away with you
    Hey girl, you've got an undertow
    Hey girl, hey girl, don't want to let you

    Hey girl, I want to catch your wave
    Hey girl, I want to drift away with you
    Hey girl, you've got an undertow
    Hey girl, hey girl, don't want to let you
    Hey girl, hey girl don't want to let you go
    I'll never let you go
    AlrightWriter/s: Ben Romans, Ethan Mentzer, Joseph Guese
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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  • Zabadak from London, EnglandBased on an old Chinese folk tale called Seven Chinese Brothers Swallowing The Ocean.
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