Wild Heart

Album: Meet The Vamps (2013)
Charted: 3
  • I was walking away,
    But she's so beautiful it made me stay
    I don't know her name,
    But I'm hoping she might feel the same
    So here I go again,
    She got my heart again!

    Tonight we'll dance
    I'll be yours and you'll be mine
    We won't look back,
    Take my hand and we will shine
    Oh, oh, oh
    She needs a wild heart
    She needs a wild heart
    I got a wild heart

    Stay here, my dear,
    Feels like I've been standing right here for years
    My mind's beat up
    Tell me that you feel this, and I won't give up
    I won't give up

    Tonight we'll dance
    I'll be yours and you'll be mine
    We won't look back,
    Take my hand and we will shine
    Oh, oh, oh
    She needs a wild heart
    She needs a wild heart
    I got a wild heart
    Oh, oh, oh
    She needs a wild heart
    She needs a wild heart
    I got a wild heart

    And I know it's late, I know it's cold
    But come right here, I swear I'll never let you go
    The way you move, it's wonderful
    Let's do it now, 'cause one day we'll both be old
    Oh whoa oh

    Tonight we'll dance
    I'll be yours and you'll be mine
    We won't look back,
    Take my hand and we will shine
    Oh, oh, oh
    She needs a wild heart
    She needs a wild heart
    I got a wild heart

    Tonight we'll dance
    I'll be yours and you'll be mine
    We won't look back,
    Take my hand and we will shine
    Oh, oh, oh
    She needs a wild heart
    She needs a wild heart
    I got a wild heart
    Oh, oh, oh
    She needs a wild heart
    She needs a wild heart
    I've got a wild heart Writer/s: AMUND BJORKLUND, JAMIE SCOTT, ESPEN LIND, BEN HARRISON, AYB ASMAR, CONNOR BALL, TRISTAN EVANS, JAMES MCVEY, BRADLEY SIMPSON
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Global Talent Publishing
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