Always Where I Need To Be

Album: Konk (2008)
Charted: 3
  • She don't know who she is
    I can take her anywhere
    Do whatever comes naturally to you
    You know she just don't care
    You know she just don't care

    'Cause I'm always where I need to be
    Yeah, and I always thought I would end up
    With you, eventually
    Do dodo do do do do
    Do dodo do do do do
    Do dodo do do

    Now I see her again
    I ask to be her hummingbird
    Whisper words in her ear
    Oh now you know I just don't care

    'Cause I'm always where I
    Where I need to be
    And I always thought
    I would end up with you eventually
    Do dodo do do do do
    Do dodo do do do do
    Do dodo do do

    I'm a man, I'm a man I'm a man on the scene
    I'm a man, and I can be so obscene
    Because I always think that I know how to be
    But I always thought that I would end up with you, eventually
    Do dodo do do do do
    Do dodo do do do do
    Do dodo do do
    I'm a man, I'm a man I'm a man on the scene
    I'm a man, and I can be so obsceneWriter/s: LUKE PRITCHARD
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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