Album: Junk of the Heart (2011)
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  • Girl, I want to be good to you
    I never want to do you no harm
    I'm caught up in those fascination
    Coping with your alarms
    Ignore life if you want to, babe
    Do what you've got to do
    I need some time in the countryside
    I want to feel so brand new

    You make me run away
    You make me run away
    You make me run away, angel
    You make me run away

    I see your name on the walls again
    I painted you on my toes
    Celebrate to resuscitate
    We'll drink to ourselves
    You'd collect lovers like gemstones
    You talk of them as your friends
    Dangle me from your wristchain
    Another one lost to the wills of change

    You make me run away
    You make me run away
    You make me run away, baby
    You make me run away

    Still, I try to be good to you
    You'll always be my friend
    I've spent some time to define my mind
    I want to be someone new

    Why don't we run away?
    Why don't we run away
    Yeah, we can run away, angel
    Yeah, we could run away

    Why don't we run away?
    You make me run away, baby
    I want to run away
    I want to run away Writer/s: LUKE PRITCHARD, TONY HOFFER
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING, Songtrust Ave
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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