"No Harm" as written by and Piers John Towler Hewitt Adam Harrison....
Maybe there's no use
In things being like they used to
And maybe there's no use
In the way it was before

And if I found time
We'd go away with your way
And if we found time
I'd want it more and more

And maybe there's no harm, there's no harm, there's no harm in
Maybe there's no harm, there's no harm in you
And maybe there's no harm, there's no harm, there's no harm in
So watch what you say,
There's a beast that's in me.

I'm the true recluse
Blissful as a loner
And all that we have left
Is never like before

Delivered on a word
Never near the target
Seen for what it was
And never eye to eye

And maybe there's no harm, there's no harm, there's no harm in
Maybe there's no harm, there's no harm in you
And maybe there's no harm, there's no harm, there's no harm in
So watch what you say,
There's a beast that's in me.

You stand by watching the world let me down

And maybe there's no harm, there's no harm, there's no harm in
Maybe there's no harm, there's no harm in you
And maybe there's no harm, there's no harm, there's no harm in
So watch what you say,
There's a beast that's in me.


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"No Harm" as written by Nathan Nicholson Adam Harrison

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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