Alone Again

Album: After Hours (2020)
Charted: 21
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  • Take off my disguise
    I'm living someone else's life
    Suppressing who I was inside
    So I throw two-thousand ones in the sky
    Together we're alone (together we're alone)
    In Vegas I feel so at home (in Vegas I feel so at home)
    Falling only for the night
    So I throw two-thousand ones in the sky (the sky)
    How, how much to light up my star again
    And rewire all my thoughts?
    Oh baby, won't you remind me what I am?
    And break, break my little cold heart

    (Oh, oh-oh, ooh)
    (Ooh-oh, ooh-ooh)
    (Oh, oh-oh, oh, oh-oh)

    Call me up and I'll send for you
    Take me down to your altitude
    I don't know if I can be alone again
    I don't know if I can sleep alone again (alone again)

    Check my pulse for a second time (second time)
    I took too much, I don't wanna die
    I don't know if I can be alone again
    I don't know if I can sleep alone again

    (Oh-oh-oh, oh, oh)
    (Oh-oh-oh, oh, oh)
    (Oh, oh, oh, oh-oh, oh, oh, oh-oh)
    (Oh, oh, oh, oh-oh, oh, oh, oh-oh)

    Count it up, it's all for you, count it up
    Count it up, it's all for you, count it up
    I don't know if I can be alone again
    I don't know if I can be alone again (alone again)

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