I keep my secrets locked up tight
I keep my emotions out of sight
But you got me memorized
What's in my heart, what's behind my eyes

You hold me tight, you hold me fast
Won't let go until the storm has passed
When I finally break down I'm so in love
I ain't afraid to ask, I am not afraid, no

Baby, love me out, love me out of this world
No alibis, no more regrets
You're my wayward angel
You're my saving grace
Sanctify my crazy head

You're there inside me, in my dreams
Sexy poems, cinematic scenes
Shattered lullabies unfold
Sweet suggestions I have never known

Pull down the shade, turn off the light
Oh, my love were all alone tonight
Shadow dancing in slow-mo
For your eyes I will let it show
You can feel me glow

Oh, baby, love me out, love me out of this world
No alibis, no more regrets
You're my wayward angel
You're my saving grace
Sanctify my crazy head

Maybe it's heaven or your sweet suggestion
Holding me in your sway
Carried away in the arms of an angel
You are my saving grace

Baby, love me out, love me out of this world
No alibis, no more regrets, oh
You're my wayward angel
You're my saving grace
Sanctify my crazy head

Oh, baby, love me out now, love me out of this world
No alibis, no more regrets, no more regrets
You're my wayward angel
You're my saving grace
Sanctify my crazy head, oh, ooh


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