Paroles Around U

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I just want to be around you
Is that too much to ask?
I just want to be around you
Is that too much to ask?

When I look into your eyes
Boy, I'm feeling delirious
But you know this is serious
I'm sticking to you like glue
Only see you now and then
But I know we could have it all
Because before I was cynical
Baby you were just cool

I just want to be around you
Is that too much to ask?
Don't tell I'm wrong, I could be there
Don't tell I'm wrong, I could be there
I just want to be around you
Is that too much to ask?
Don't tell I'm wrong, I could be there
Don't tell I'm wrong
I could be, I could be, I could be there
If only you'd let me in, I could be there
Just tell me where and tell me when
So tired of these roads going nowhere
But I know your love takes me somewhere

Still looking up and down
While you're being mysterious
I see really big things for us
We just need to break through
Break through, break through
Everything that you say
God I wish I had said it first
And forgetting I had ever hurt
Your love is pulling me through
Me through, me through

I just want to be around you
Is that too much to ask?
Don't tell I'm wrong, I could be there
Don't tell I'm wrong, I could be there
I just want to be around you
Is that too much to ask?
Don't tell I'm wrong, I could be there
Don't tell I'm wrong

You are all I want
So take me home
The more you been thinking about us
Open up, don't let me go
'Cause the more you been thinking about

I just want to be around you
Is that too much to ask?
Don't tell I'm wrong, I could be there
Don't tell I'm wrong, I could be there
I just want to be around you
Is that too much to ask?
Don't tell I'm wrong, I could be there
Don't tell I'm wrong (I could be there)
(I could be there) if only you’d let me in
(I could be there) just tell me where and tell me when
So tired of these roads going nowhere
But I know your love takes me somewhere

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Global Talent Publishing, SPIRIT /GLOBAL TALENT MUSIC

ELLIE GOULDING, FRED GIBSON, JOSEPH JANIAK, TRISTAN LANDYMORE