You'll Be Mine

Album: You & I (2011)
Charted: 46
  • We could bring a blanket for the grass
    Cover up your eyes so you don't see
    If you let me go I'm running fast
    One two three count one two three
    We could watch the black birds cross the skies
    We could count the leaves left on the trees
    We could count the teardrops in our eyes
    One two three yeah one two three
    One two three yeah one two three
    Now you know now you know
    How I feel and I won't back down

    Prick your finger on a spinning wheel
    But don't make a sound
    Drop of blood and now you're taken
    For all time
    With a kiss you will awaken
    And you'll be mine you'll be mine you'll be mine

    I could always stay and work it out
    Wondering if you still wanted me
    But there are so many things to doubt
    One two three count one two three
    Think that for a moment you were mine
    I know that you saw what we could be
    But then you went and changed your mind
    One two three yeah one two three
    One two three yeah one two three
    Now you know now you know
    How I feel and I won't back down

    Prick your finger on a spinning wheel
    But don't make a sound
    Drop of blood and now you're taken
    For all time
    With a kiss you will awaken
    And you'll be mine Writer/s: ALLISON MARGARET PIERCE, CATHERINE ELEANOR PIERCE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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