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Daley - Alone Together ft. Marsha Ambrosius Lyrics


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Baby
Ah ah yeah
I don't wanna be alone

A definite silence
You're almost exactly what I need (Almost everything)
A definite maybe
Is sure to entice my curiosity
I can't help but think that this doesn't help
I'm trying to separate the facts from all the fiction
We're living in a world of contradictions
And if baby you're the truth then I'm lying next to you

You're the desert sand I'll be your water
And you're the perfect plan I never thought of
I don't wanna do this on my own
And you shouldn't have to be alone
I would rather be alone together
Be alone together.

Well my heart's been racing chasing after you
You're the sweetest dream my incredible you
You're the star so bright, your eyes the lightest blue
I can't help but stare at you
So soft your lips, the wind blows in my hair
Come closer let me whisper in your ear
Cause what will be will be, every tense you give to me
You will see yeah yeah

You're the desert sand I'll be your water
And you're the perfect plan I never thought of
I don't wanna do this on my own
And you shouldn't have to be alone
I would rather be alone together
We will be alone together.

I'll always keep you safe in my arms
I will guarantee that I will never break your heart
I will always put you first cause you deserve the world
I wanna know you
I wanna hold you baby
I wanna show you

You're the desert sand I'll be your water
And you're the perfect plan I never thought of
I don't wanna do this on my own
And you shouldn't have to be alone
I would rather be alone together
Be alone together

You shouldn't have to be alone
I would rather be alone together
Be alone together baby.

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Copyright: Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing

Songwriters: Finch, Canei / Daley, Gareth / Ambrosius, Marsha