jayne harris

(27 8 76 / salford)

fastlane


my motors running i just cant slow down
you, ve got me chasing you around and around
when i stop myself i start to fall down
oh i pick myself off the ground


hohoo im living in the fast lane
hohoo like flying on an aeroplane
hohoo you know ive gotta get away
hohoo i promise ill be back someday


you know i want you i want you so bad
when your friends around your like jack the lad
when im around you i never feel sad
think of all the fun that we, ve had

CHORUS

you say you love me i know its not true
not even half as much as i love you
manipulating me with all that you do
my broken hearts stuck on you

CHORUS

i wanna go but i cant find my way
its like looking for a needle in hey
your always hurting me with words that you say
im going on a one way holiday

Submitted: Monday, November 05, 2012

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