"Butterflies" as written by Mats Lie Skare, Tone Damli Aaberge, David Eriksen and Billy Burnette....
Time to wake up
Don't know what to wear
Do my make up
Then I brush my hair
I eat the first thing
As I paint my nails
And suddenly my heart starts beating
I think I need some air

Little frightening
As the lights go down
Almost showtime
Curtains opening now
Spotlights hits you
I loose all my lines
And once again my heart starts beating
I think I need some air to start breathing

I'm getting butterflies
I'm floating on a dream
Now my world starts spinning
My heart pounds
So happy that I could cry
When I look in your eyes
'Cause you keep giving me
Keep giving me butterflies

Intermission
Love scenes coming up
I am shaking
As the symphony arupts
Will I make it
Or will I fall apart
And once again my heart starts beating
I think I need some air to start breathing

I'm getting butterflies
I'm floating on a dream
Now my world starts spinning
My heart pounds
So happy that I could cry
When I look in your eyes
'Cause you keep giving me
Keep giving me butterflies

I'm feeling terrified
No control
And now my world is shaking
The curtains close
And it tingles and tickles inside
And my pulse's getting high

I'm getting butterflies
I'm floating on a dream
Now my world starts spinning
My heart pounds
So happy that I could cry
When I look in your eyes
'Cause you keep giving me
Keep giving me'

I'm getting butterflies
I'm floating on a dream
Now my world starts spinning
My heart pounds
So happy that I could cry
When I look in your eyes
'Cause you keep giving me, keep
'Cause you keep giving me
Keep giving me butterflies


Lyrics submitted by BleedorBreathe

"Butterflies" as written by Billy Burnette Tone Damli Aaberge

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management

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