One in One Out

Album: Megaplex (2018)
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  • I fall in love at least once every night
    Another volume just keeps catching my eye
    I can keep picking one off every shelf
    I made a promise, it's one in and one out

    That's why I stopped right where I stood
    When I saw you
    That's why I stopped right where I stood
    When I saw you

    I'm breaking myself trying to catch you in that
    A million thoughts all race anew round my head
    You know I want you but I'm clipped by this doubt
    Born on this promise, it's one in and one out

    That's why I stopped right where I stood
    When I saw you
    That's why I stopped right where I stood
    When I saw you
    The was a lot I could have done
    But nothing good
    That's why I stopped right where I stood
    When I saw you

    That's why I stopped right where I stood
    When I saw you
    That's why I stopped right where I stood
    When I saw you
    The was a lot I could have done
    But nothing good
    That's why I stopped right where I stood
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