O.N.E.

Album: Odd Blood (2010)
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  • One's not enough
    I won't stop 'til I've given you up
    Here, right as I am, it's hard having fun
    It's much easier said than it's done

    Hold me like before
    Hold me like you used to
    Control me like you used to

    No
    You don't move me anymore
    And I'm glad that you don't
    'cause I can't have you anymore
    But I thought you should know
    You don't move me anymore
    And I'm glad that you don't
    Because I can't take it anymore
    Oh

    The room's still now when I'm lying
    'cause the well of the night has gone dry
    When they ask to behave, I pay them no mind
    Now I doubt if I'd have been so kind

    Hold me like before
    Hold me like you used to
    Control me like you used to

    No
    You don't move me anymore
    And I'm glad that you don't
    'cause I can't have you anymore
    But I thought you should know
    You don't move me anymore
    And I'm glad that you don't
    Because I can't take it anymore
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    Hold me like before
    Hold me like you used to
    Hold me like before
    Hold me like you used to
    Hold me like before
    Hold me like you used to
    Control me like you used to
    Hold me like before
    Hold me like you used to
    Control me like you used to

    No
    You don't move me anymore
    And I'm glad that you don't
    'cause I can't have you anymore
    But I thought you should know
    You don't move me anymore
    And I'm glad that you don't
    Because I can't take it anymore

    But I found you should know

    It feels like being tranquilized
    I know the separation kills us so
    But I won't stop falling like raindrops
    Because I like it when you lose control Writer/s: Anand Mathew Wilder, Christopher E Keating, Ira Wolf Tuton
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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