A Million Hearts

  • In the middle of a daydream, in the corner of my mind
    I can hear it in the slipstream, slipping in and out of time
    And I watch you while you're sleeping underneath the movie sign
    And all the dreams that you've been dreaming are keeping me awake tonight

    You're one in a million hearts
    Letting go of you is tearing me apart
    Just one in a million hearts
    Letting go of you is tearing me apart
    Apart

    I'm not doing a rehearsal, wanna make the first mistake
    And if life was in reversal it would be a single take
    'Cause I believe in second verses and I hope you're tuning in
    With all your blessings and your curses as the final chord begins

    You're one in a million hearts
    Letting go of you is tearing me apart
    Just one in a million hearts
    Letting go of you is tearing me apart
    Apart, apart
    Apart, apart

    In the middle of a daydream, in the corner of your mind
    You will hear me in the slipstream, slipping in from time to time
    And I'll still watch you while you're sleeping underneath the movie sign
    And all the dreams that you've been dreaming are never gonna change your mind
    Ooh

    You're one in a million hearts
    Letting go of you is tearing me apart
    Just one in a million hearts
    Letting go of you is tearing me apart

    Letting go, letting, letting, letting go of you
    Letting go of you is tearing me, tearing me apart
    Letting go, letting, letting, letting go of you (ooh)
    Letting go of you is tearing me, tearing me apart (ooh) Writer/s: Francis Healy
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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