Brand New

Album: Night People (2017)
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  • When you see a ghost
    Of someone that you used to know
    You understand
    What it is you had
    It's happened again
    You go and get away with it
    This room got real cold
    After you walked in

    And if your past calls
    Don't you pick it up
    It's got nothing new to say
    I know that people change
    But memories stay the same
    And leave without a trace
    Whoa

    Are you waiting on someone who
    Can make you feel a little more like you
    Are you waiting on someone to
    To make you feel
    To make you feel brand new

    It don't feel right
    Letting you walk away
    What have I
    What have I got to gain?
    Filling the gaps
    Of your first, second and last chance
    It's not what you planned
    Your history will hold you back

    And if your past calls
    Don't you pick it up
    It's got nothing new to say

    Are you waiting on someone who
    Can make you feel a little more like you
    Are you waiting on someone to
    To make you feel
    To make you feel brand new

    And I hope they do
    Whoa

    Are you waiting on someone who
    Can make you feel a little more like you
    Are you waiting on someone to
    To make you feel
    To make you feel brand new

    I hope they do Writer/s: Christopher Miller, Daniel Flint, Josh Franceschi, Matthew Barnes, Max Helyer
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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