In the Night

Album: Beauty Behind The Madness (2015)
Charted: 48 12
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  • All alone she was living
    In a world without an end or beginning
    Baby girl was living life for the feeling
    But I don't mind, I don't mind
    And all the wrongs she committed
    She was numb and she was so co-dependent
    She was young and all she had was the city
    But I don't mind, I don't mind

    And I know that she's capable of anything, it's riveting
    But when you wake up she's always gone, gone, gone

    In the night she hears him calling
    In the night she's dancing to relieve the pain
    She'll never walk away (I don't think you understand)
    In the night when she comes crawling
    Dollar bills and tears keep falling down her face
    She'll never walk away (I don't think you understand)

    He sang a song when he did it
    He was cold and he was so unforgiving
    Now she dances to the song on the minute
    Yeah, all the time, all the time
    It make her weak when she hear it
    And it got her on her knees like religion
    She was young and she was forced to be a woman
    Yeah, all the time, all the time

    And I know that she's capable of anything, it's riveting
    But when you wake up she's always gone, gone, gone

    In the night she hears him calling
    In the night she's dancing to relieve the pain
    She'll never walk away (I don't think you understand)
    In the night when she comes crawling
    Dollar bills and tears keep falling down her face
    She'll never walk away (I don't think you understand)

    I don't think you understand

    In the night she hears him calling
    In the night she's dancing to relieve the pain
    She'll never walk away (I don't think you understand)
    In the night when she comes crawling
    Dollar bills and tears keep falling down her face
    She'll never walk away (I don't think you understand) Writer/s: Ahmad Balshe, Savan Harish Kotecha, Martin Max, Ali Payami, Peter Anders Svensson, Abel Tesfaye
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
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