Meteorite

Album: Bridget Jones's Baby (2016)
Charted: 72
  • I don't know how it led to this
    I felt a tremor in your kiss
    Earth shakes, and I answer it, my body realigns
    It's too much, I cannot handle this
    I taste, the pleasure on your lips
    You make, planets start to spin I'm ready to ignite

    Let me feel your devotion
    Let me feel your emotion
    Love me like it's the last night
    Like it's the last night

    Hit me like a meteorite, oh
    Hit me like a meteorite, oh
    Hit me like a meteorite
    Don't let me go, don't let me go

    You've been, following the rush
    I've sinned, but I keep it hush
    You're near, but it's not enough, I need this to survive
    Reckless, what I'm heading for
    Lights flash, and I hear a roar
    One touch and you're so powerful, you're burning through the night

    Let me feel your devotion (devotion)
    Let me feel your emotion (emotion)
    Love me like it's the last night
    Like it's the last night

    Hit me like a meteorite, oh
    Hit me like a meteorite, oh
    Hit me like a meteorite
    Don't let me go, don't let me go
    I can feel it coming tonight
    Don't let me go, don't let me go

    Our path turned to stone, everything's falling
    In silver and gold, colours are warning
    And I see it, gold, when I look to the sky
    I want it all tonight, I want it all tonight

    Hit me like a meteorite, oh
    Hit me like a meteorite, oh
    Hit me like a meteorite
    Don't let me go, don't let me go
    I can feel it coming tonight
    Don't let me go, don't let me go Writer/s: THOMAS EDWARD PERCY HULL, OLIVER ALEXANDER THORNTON, MICHAEL THOMAS GOLDSWORTHY, RESUL EMRE TURKMEN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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