Hold Me

Album: Long Way Down (2013)
Charted: 44
  • I shouldn't say it, but I'm starting to think I care
    I've had a drink, you probably think my judgement isn't clear
    And it's getting late now, we're a long way from our homes
    Before you leave, before you grieve, there's one thing you should know

    When you hold me, when you hold me in your arms
    Oh when you hold me, yeah I can feel your heart
    When you hold me, when you hold me in your arms
    Oh when you hold me, yeah I can feel your heart beating

    Suddenly I'm standing on a treetop up so high
    And all the songs, and all the poems, suddenly they're right
    And I'm dumbfounded by the breaths of your self control
    But I don't care 'cause you're here, and you and I both know

    When you hold me, when you hold me in your arms
    Oh when you hold me, yeah I'm picking out the stars
    When you hold me, when you hold me in your arms
    Oh when you hold me, yeah I can feel your heart beating

    Oh when you hold me, hold me in your arms
    Hold me, I can feel your heart
    Hold me, when you hold me in your arms
    Hold me, yeah I can feel your heart

    When you hold me, hold me in your arms
    Oh when you hold me, I can feel your heart
    Oh when you hold me, when you hold me in your arms
    Oh when you hold me, yeah I can feel your heart beating Writer/s: LINTON WHITE, J. MORRISON, ADIDJA PALMER
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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