Climax

Album: Looking for Myself (2012)
Charted: 4 17
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  • Going nowhere fast
    We've reached the climax
    We're together, now we're undone
    Won't commit so we choose to
    Run away
    Do we separate? Oh
    Don't wanna give in so we both gave up
    Can't take it back, it's too late, we've reached the climax
    Climax

    I've fallen somehow
    Feet off the ground
    Love is the cloud
    That keeps raining down
    Where are you now?
    When I need you around
    I'm on my knees, but it seems we're

    Going nowhere fast
    We've reached the climax
    We're together, now we're undone
    Won't commit so we choose to
    Run away
    Do we separate? Oh
    Don't wanna give in so we both gave up
    Can't take it back, it's too late, we've reached the climax
    Climax

    I gave my best, it wasn't enough
    You get upset, we argue too much
    We made a mess of what used to be love
    So why do I care, I care at all
    At all
    At all
    At all

    Going nowhere fast
    We've reached the climax
    We're together, now we're undone
    Won't commit so we choose to
    Run away
    Do we separate? Oh
    Don't wanna give in so we both gave up
    Can't take it back, it's too late, we've reached the climax
    Climax

    You say it's better if we
    Love each other separately
    I just need you one more time
    I can't get what we had out my mind
    Where are you now
    When I need you around
    I'm on my knees
    But it seems we're going

    Going nowhere fast
    We've reached the climax
    We're together, now we're undone
    Won't commit so we choose to
    Run away
    Do we separate? Oh
    Don't wanna give in so we both gave up
    Can't take it back, it's too late, we've reached the climax
    Climax

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