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You got all in my head
And took over my head
You're all that I'm breathing
You got all in my head

Now I'm singing
I walked alone
And there you found me

I was so cold
But you surrounded
Every single broken part me
Forgot who I could be

All alone
What I needed
What I needed was you

Let's push nothing aside
And take off in the night
The spark isn't leaving

I don't care what's behind us
No one dares to reminds us

I walked alone
And there you found me
I was so cold

But you surrounded
Every single broken part me
Forgot who I could be

All alone
What I needed
What I needed was you
Was you
Was you

Woah ou-ou ou ou
Ou-ou ou ou
Ou-ou ou ou
Ou-ou ou ou

I walked alone
And there you found me
I was so cold

But you surrounded me
You surrounded
Every single broken part of me
Forgot who I could be

All alone
What I needed
What I needed was you



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