30 Days

Album: Living For The Weekend (2012)
Charted: 7
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  • I woke up in the morning
    Felt so far away
    Marks on my calendar
    Don't hurry up the days
    I wish I could speed up time
    'Till that moment you are mine

    Subtract the distace
    Fly in the speed of light
    Crazy how I miss you
    I'm hurting deep inside
    I know you can feel this pain
    But don't worry I'll be back again

    Pretty soon I'll be coming home, home, home, home

    30 days to us (oh-hoah-oh)
    30 days to love (oh-hoah-oh)
    Each second I'm here thinking what I wanna do
    What I wanna do, when I get to you
    One month, four weeks, too many hours
    Sunrise, sun fall, I'm growing tired
    30 days to love (oh-hoah-oh)
    30 days to love

    Each day you're not here
    Feels like a thousand years
    Need a magician to make time disappear
    Once you're near I won't let go
    You're what I need and all I know

    I can't wait to say I'm coming home, home, home, home

    30 days to us (oh-hoah-oh)
    30 days to love (oh-hoah-oh)
    Each second I'm here thinking what I wanna do
    What I wanna do, when I get to you
    One month, four weeks, too many hours
    Sunrise, sun fall, I'm growing tired
    30 days to love (oh-hoah-oh)
    30 days (days, days)

    How it feels on day one
    It doesn't get better 'till I have your love here forever
    There's nothing I want more than you right now (now, now, now)

    30 days to us (oh-hoah-oh)
    30 days to love (oh-hoah-oh)
    Each second I'm here thinking what I wanna do
    What I wanna do, when I get to you
    One month, four weeks, too many hours
    Sunrise, sun fall, I'm growing tired
    30 days to love (oh-hoah-oh)
    30 days to love (love) Writer/s: AUTUMN ROWE, STEVE MAC
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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