"Every Now and Then" as written by and Shingai Elizabeth Maria/smith Shoniwa....
When the night falls down she’s always talking in her sleep
I never walk around or talk too loud or wake her from her dreams

Take a step back you can’t attack the world’s disease
Stop talking down to me
Don’t try to pull me away
Turn this two door around
You can leave here today but I’ll die in this town
So forget what you loved and just head for the door
With my heart in your hands you still want more

Every now and then she got an hour to spend on me
Every now and then I tell her how I plan to leave

Take a step back you can’t attack the world’s disease
Stop talking down to me
Don’t try to pull me away
Turn this two door around
You can leave here today but I’ll die in this town
So forget what you loved and just head for the door
With my heart in your hands you still want more

Don’t try to pull me away
Turn this two door around
You can leave here today but I’ll die in this town
So forget what you loved and just head for the door
With my heart in your hands you still want more

Don’t try to pull me away
Turn this two door around
You can leave here today but I’ll die in this town
So forget what you loved and just head for the door
With my heart in your hands you still want more

Don’t try to pull me away
Want more
Don’t try to pull me away
Want more
Don’t try to pull me away
Want more
Don’t try to pull me away


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