After Hours

Album: After Hours (2020)
Charted: 20 20
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  • (Baby, almost died)
    (Baby, almost died)
    (Baby, almost died)
    (Baby, almost died)

    My darkest hours
    Girl, I felt so alone inside of this crowded room
    Different girls on the floor, distractin' my thoughts of you (baby, almost died)
    I turned into the man I used to be
    To be (baby, almost died)
    Put myself to sleep
    Just so I can get closer to you inside my dreams
    Didn't wanna wake up 'less you were beside me (baby, almost died)
    I just wanted to call you and say, and say (baby, almost died)

    Oh, baby
    Where are you now when I need you most? (Baby, almost died)
    I'd give it all just to hold you close
    Sorry that I broke your heart, your heart

    Never comin' down, uh
    I was running away from facin' reality, uh
    Wastin' all of my time out living my fantasies
    Spendin' money to compensate, compensate
    'Cause I want you, baby, uh
    I be livin' in heaven when I'm inside of you
    It was simply a blessing wakin' beside you
    I'll never let you down again, again

    Oh, baby
    Where are you now when I need you most?
    I'd give it all just to hold you close
    Sorry that I broke your heart, your heart
    I said, baby
    I'll treat you better than I did before
    I'll hold you down and not let you go
    This time, I won't break your heart, your heart, yeah

    Without my baby
    Where are you now when I need you most?
    I gave it all just to hold you close
    Sorry that I broke your heart, your heart (baby, almost died)
    And I said, baby
    I'll treat you better than I did before
    I'll hold you down and not let you go (baby, almost died)
    This time, I won't break your heart, your heart, no (baby, almost died) Writer/s: Abel Tesfaye, Ahmad Balshe, Carlo Montagnese, Guillaume Thierry Dominique Alric, Jason Quenneville, Jonathan Gilles Alric, Mario Winans
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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