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LOSE MY COOL
Foxes


You give me that dumb old line
What can we do to stay side by side?
And who, who you gonna be this time?
You got my head all, unleveled on every side

You make me lose my cool
I would leave you anything
Bad love and a good day, lose my cool
I get nothing in reply
I'm hooked, don't know why
Don't know why

I'm still hanging on, hanging on
You got me heating up
You make me lose my, you make me lose my
Hanging on, hanging on
I just can't get enough
You make me lose my, you make me lose my cool
You make me lose my, you make me lose my cool
You make me lose my, you make me lose my

I'm caught in this dangerous ride
What we gonna do?
Am I alone this time?
Don't try and turn this around
You should be ready, ready
Or are we tired or bound?

You make me lose my cool
I would leave you anything
Bad love and a good day, lose my cool
I get nothing in reply
I'm hooked, don't know why
Don't know why

I'm still hanging on, hanging on
You got me heating up
You make me lose my, you make me lose my
Hanging on, hanging on
I just can't get enough
You make me lose my, you make me lose my cool
You make me lose my, you make me lose my cool
You make me lose my

Sometimes I think we could both have it better
Don't you?
But it's like a mountain that blocks the horizon
I only see you

Hanging on, hanging on - you make me lose my
Hanging on, hanging on - you make me lose my
Hanging on, hanging on - you make me lose my
You make me lose my, you make me lose my

I'm still hanging on, hanging on
You got me heating up
You make me lose my, you make me lose my
Hanging on, hanging on
I just can't get enough
You make me lose my, you make me lose my cool
You make me lose my, you make me lose my cool
You make me lose my, you make me lose my cool


FOXES

Louisa Rose Allen (born 29 April 1989), better known by her stage name Foxes, is a British singer and songwriter originally from Southampton and now based in London. She is best known for her featured vocals on Zedd's song "Clarity", which peaked at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number one of the US Hot Dance Club Songs, and "Let Go for Tonight" which entered the UK Singles Chart at number seven on 8 March 2014. On 26 January 2014, she won her first Grammy Award ... Read More