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Kesha – Vampire lyrics

Didn't I hold you in my arms last night?
Didn't I open up my heart?
Where do you run before at the dawn's first light?
Why do you come back after dark?

Lacey curtains on my window flutter in the wind
When the room gets icy cold, I know you're coming in
Ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh

It's hard to tell out in this crazy town
It's hard to know sometimes what's real
I never know when you would come around
I never know just how I'd feel

Lacey curtains on my window flutter in the wind
When the room gets icy cold, I know you're coming in
My heart pounds, anticipating loving you again
When I feel your snow white fingers touching on my skin
Ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh

Lacey curtains on my window flutter in the wind
When the room gets icy cold, I know you're coming in
My hearts pounds, anticipating loving you again
When I feel your snow white fingers touching on my skin
Ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh

Didn't I hold you in my arms last night?



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