Heart Basel

Album: Abysmal Thoughts (2017)
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  • Oh, I feel the ocean in my head
    Oh, the pressure's rising and my heart beat's speeding
    (For you, for you, for you, for you, for you, for you)
    And don't you feel the tension crawling up your chest?
    Oh, it's do or die, kid
    How it's always been
    (For you, for you, for you, for you, for you, for you, for you)

    Please call me and tell me that you want me
    'Cause right now my life is getting pretty ugly
    And I wanna share a cigarette and I wanna go dancing in the rain
    So call me and tell me that you want me
    And let's do it all again

    Oh, the tropical weather
    It must've softened your heart
    (Beats for you, beats for you, beats for you, beats for you, beats for you, beats for you, beats for you)
    But now we're back on the streets in California where the air is dry
    And your heart is closing up in plain sight
    (Beats for you, beats for you, beats for you, beats for you, beats for you, beats for you, beats for you)

    Please call me and tell me that you want me
    'Cause right now my life is getting pretty ugly
    And I wanna share a cigarette and I wanna go dancing in the rain
    So call me and tell me that you want me
    And let's do it all again

    And I question your love for me
    You tell me to have confidence
    I question your love for me
    'Cause baby, you don't make no sense

    Please call me and tell me that you want me
    'Cause right now my life is getting pretty ugly
    And I wanna share a cigarette and I wanna go dancing in the rain
    So call me and tell me that you want me
    And let's do it all again Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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