Nightclub

Album: Combat Sports (2018)
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  • I wake up in the morning with the evening in my eye
    And by the time I get there, it becomes apparent why
    All the voices singing to me, like some sort of choir
    That you can't fight fire with the feeling of desire

    So I become a bubble-bath for my sociopath
    With the God-given right of the socialite
    She said she only thinks of love like a long weekend
    But she might jump in if I show her to the deep end

    Yeah
    And it makes my head feel like a nightclub
    It makes my head feel like a nightclub
    It makes my head feel like a nightclub
    It makes my head

    She says that if I wanted romance I could find it in a path
    But if I wanna face the music then I only have to ask
    She sings me want to know as if we're sitting 'round the fire
    And there ain't no feeling like the feeling of desire

    Yeah
    And it makes my head feel like a nightclub
    It makes my head feel like a nightclub
    It makes my head feel like a nightclub
    It makes my head

    And it makes my head feel like a nightclub
    It makes my head feel like a nightclub
    It makes my head feel like a nightclub
    So take me for a ride 'til the morning after
    It makes my head Writer/s: ARNI HJORVAR ARNASON, FREDDIE CLAYTON COWAN, JUSTIN JAMES HAYWARD-YOUNG, PETER GARETH CHRISTOPHER ROBERTSON, TIM LANHAM, YOANN INTONTI
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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