Turn Me Up

  • You got my heart straight pulling in the wrong direction
    You got me all along with my own affections
    Sooner I pull away, the sooner I'm safe
    As I try to forget you

    You got me needing you like you're some religion
    You told me go away like it's my decision
    But as soon as I pull away,
    Before I'm back into my arms
    So I'll never forget you

    By alone, I won't go, for you
    I'm always just following the best suggestion
    By alone, will go

    Why can't you turn me up
    Girl, I'm coming around
    Turn me up
    Girl I'm falling down
    I'm always just following the best suggestion
    Turn me up, I'm coming around
    Turn me up, I'm falling down
    I'm always just following the best suggestion

    And if I held in the dark, you can still remember
    And there was never alright, since I'm alone?
    As soon as I move away

    Said hold on tight, you're coming to get me
    All alone, I won't go, for you
    I'm always just following the best suggestion
    All alone, will go

    Why can't you turn me up
    Girl, I'm coming around
    Turn me up
    Girl I'm falling down
    I'm always just following the best suggestion
    Turn me up, I'm coming around
    Turn me up, I'm falling down
    I'm always just following the best suggestion

    I'm always just following the best suggestion
    Turn me up, I'm coming around
    Turn me up, I'm coming down
    I'm always just following the best suggestion Writer/s: FREDERIK BALL, SHAZNAY LEWIS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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