Did you know your beauty's like a gun
bringing the strongest to there knees.
So away with your words
And all your insecurities
For if we ever fall apart
With distance by the sea
I'll send all my love in a bottle
When it floats to you,
You'd open and see.

You knock me out
With the way you move your hips
You knock me out,
I'm going down with the ship.
I tried so hard not to sit and stare
But my hearts beating faster and it doesn't care.

What can I do?
Except to say I need you
What can I do?
Except to say I need you.

Did you know you got me addicted
And I can't seem to get enough
And when I'm alone
Thinking about your laugh
Makes me feel good

For if we ever fall apart
With distance by the sea
I'll send all my love in a bottle
When it floats to you
You'd open and see.

You knock me out
With the way you move your hips
You knock me out
I'm going down with the ship
I tried so hard not to sit and stare
But my hearts beating faster and it doesn't care

My world was black and white
Before I met you
Now things are so brilliant
Seeing colors I never knew

You knock me out
You knock me o-out
You knock me out
You knock me out
You knock me out
With the way you move your hips
You knock me out
I'm going down with the ship
You knock me out
With the way you move your hips
You knock me out
I'm going down with the ship


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