Magnetised

Album: Wrong Crowd (2016)
Charted: 40
  • See those birds going across the sky
    Three thousand miles they fly
    How do they know which way to go?
    Somehow they always seem to know
    They say there's mother nature in everything we see
    Wish I had a little mother nature in me
    Wish I had a little mother nature in me

    'Cause it's not right, I'm magnetised
    To somebody that don't feel it
    Love paralyzed, she's never gonna need me
    But sure as the world keeps the moon in the sky
    She'll keep me hanging on
    She keeps me hanging on

    See the couple lying on the bus
    Falling asleep with so much trust
    I wish I had a chance to let them know
    Their love is like a flower in the snow
    If it's just pheromones then that may be
    I wish you had a little pheromones for me
    I wish you had a little pheromones for me

    'Cause it's not right, I'm magnetised
    To somebody that don't feel it
    Love paralyzed, I know you're never gonna need me
    I'm sure as the world keeps the moon in the sky
    She'll keep me hanging on (keep me hanging on)
    She'll keep me hanging on (keep me hanging on)
    She'll keep me hanging on (keep me hanging on)

    North to south, white to black
    When you love someone that don't love you back

    Yeah it's not right, I'm magnetised
    To somebody that don't feel it
    Love paralyzed, she's never gonna need me
    But sure as the world keeps the moon in the sky
    She'll keep me hanging on (keep me hanging on)
    She'll keep me hanging on (keep me hanging on)
    She'll keep me hanging on (keep me hanging on)
    She'll keep me hanging on Writer/s: RICK NOWELS, TOM ODELL
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
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