Losing Myself

Album: Echoes (2011)
Charted: 72
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  • I'm stepping on troubled times
    There's something that's on my mind
    If you knew what I knew then you'd want to go
    I'm looking for a way out

    I really don't know how, please won't you tell me now
    Why I'm losing myself again
    I seem to go nowhere, please won't you tell me yeah
    Why I'm losing myself again

    Keep walking to my own beat
    It's hard to be out of the scene
    Don't you know all these people
    They stick to themselves
    And no-one's allowed to evolve

    I really don't know how, please won't you tell me now
    Why I'm losing myself again
    I seem to go nowhere, please won't you tell me yeah
    Why I'm losing myself again

    You knew what I had to lose
    You knew what I had to lose
    You knew what I had to lose
    You knew what I had to lose
    And I'm losing myself again

    Keep losing my, keep losing my
    Keep losing my, keep losing my
    Keep losing my, keep losing my

    You knew what I had to lose
    You knew what I had to lose

    I really don't know how please
    Won't you tell me now
    Why I'm losing myself again
    I seem to go nowhere please
    Won't you tell me yeah
    Why I'm losing myself again

    Why I'm losing myself again
    Why I'm losing myself again
    Why I'm losing myself again
    Why I'm losing myself again
    Why I'm losing myself again

    You knew what I Had to lose
    You knew what I had to lose
    You knew what I had to lose Writer/s: PASCAL GABRIEL, WILL YOUNG
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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