"Is There Somewhere?" as written by and Ashley Frangipane....
You were dancing in your tube socks in our hotel room
Flashing those eyes like highway signs
Light one up and hand it over, rest your head upon my shoulder
I just wanna feel your lips against my skin

White sheets, bright lights, crooked teeth, and the night life
You told me this is right where it begins
But your lips hang heavy underneath me
And I promised myself I wouldn't let you complete me

I'm trying not to let it show, that I don't want to let this go
Is there somewhere you can meet me?
'Cause I clutched your arms like stairway railings
And you clutched my brain and eased my ailing

You're writing lines about me; romantic poetry
Your girl's got red in her cheeks, 'cause we're something she can't see
And I try to refrain but you're stuck in my brain
And all I do is cry and complain because second's not the same

I'm sorry but I fell in love tonight
I didn't mean to fall in love tonight
You're looking like you fell in love tonight
Could we pretend that we're in love?

I'm sorry but I fell in love tonight
I didn't mean to fall in love tonight
You're looking like you fell in love tonight
Could we pretend that we're in love?


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"Is There Somewhere" as written by Ashley Frangipane

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    General CommentI love Halsey so much, a lot of her songs I can relate. I'm a guy! Her songs are so soothing and fun to try to understand. I agree with most of these comments. This girl doesn't want to interferes with love but she is dying because the guy she loves completes her soul. "I'm sorry but I fell in love tonight, I didn't mean to fall in love tonight" "you're looking like you fell in love tonight, can we pretend we are in love" amazing.
    Slaven43on December 06, 2016   Link

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