Saturdays - Walking Through The Desert

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Walking Through The Desert Lyrics

Don't think that I forgot
I remember everything that we did, that we used to do
On a rooftop in Miami, caught our necks againt the wall
Loved you underneath the stars, and we almost got caught
Oh I, never believed I could ever let you, I could ever let you
Oh I never dreamed, I feel weaker than ever
I lost the walking through the desert at night
Night, night
I feel weaker than ever
I lost the walking through the desert at night

I feel weaker than ever
I lost the walking through the desert at night

Something 'bout this time the year
Makes me wanna hold you closer
I wish that was possible
I thought I saw you in the street staring back at me
Oh, delusional
Oh I, never believed I could ever let you,I could ever let you
Oh I never dreamed, I feel weaker than ever
Oh I never dreamed, I feel weaker than ever
I lost the walking through the desert at night
Night, night
I feel weaker than ever
I lost the walking through the desert at night

I feel weaker than ever
I lost the walking through the desert at night

I feel weaker than ever
I lost the walking through the desert at night

Do you ever think?
Do you ever think?
Do you ever?
Do you ever think of me?
Do you ever think?
Do you ever think?
Do you ever?
Do you ever think of me?

I feel weaker than ever
I lost the walking through the desert at night

I feel weaker than ever
I lost the walking through the desert at night

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Songwriter(s): Matt Prime, Chelcee Grimes, Phil Cook
Publisher(s): Prime Music Publishing Limited
Record Label(s): This Compilation 2014 Polydor Ltd (UK)
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