Album: Hypnotic Eye (2014)
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  • I remember feeling like this
    Diggin' was as a child
    Inspiration in my fingertips
    Imagination running wild

    Oh oh, you get me high
    You get me high
    You give me something so deep
    You get me high

    I remember feeling this way
    You can lose it without knowing
    You wake up and you don't know which way
    The wind is blowing

    Oh oh, you get me high
    You get me high
    You give me something so deep
    You get me high

    I ain't afraid of what people say
    Ain't afraid of the great deception
    Every bad dream comes my way
    Turning to smoke on closer inspection

    Oh oh, you get me high
    You get me high
    You give me something so deep
    You get me high

    You get me high
    You get me high
    You give me something so deep
    You get me high Writer/s: THOMAS EARL PETTY
    Publisher: Adria K Music, DistroKid, O/B/O CAPASSO
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