Toe Tappers: EDX feat Sarah McLeod – ‘Falling Out Of Love’

So my darlings after some serious radio silence from the CA Banker Boy camp, I’m forced to fall out of love. To celebrate a new beginning, I’m listening to the the gorgeous Sarah McLeod, who’s voice is like a healing balm especially sining these lyrics. the upbeat melody and beat from EDX keeps you from completely breaking down into a bucket of tears, so don’t worry this isn’t the usual depressing songs you’re used to finding here. Deffinitely toe tapping though!

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Lyrics:

Hey, can’t you hear me?
When did we stop listening?
Oh babe, don’t you see me?
___

Tonight, I didn’t bother
To even call to say I’m home
Twilight, a call from London
And suddenly it’s morning
And I don’t know where you are
Or where you slept 
Or where you went last night
And do I really need to know
The writings on the wall
How we choose not to look
It won’t go, it won’t go

Falling out of love
(Don’t tell me you don’t feel it)
(Don’t tell me you don’t, don’t, don’t…)
Falling out of love
(Don’t tell me you don’t feel it)
(Don’t tell me you don’t)
Falling out of love
(Don’t tell me you don’t feel it)
(Don’t tell me you don’t, don’t, don’t…)
Falling out of love
(Don’t tell me you don’t feel it)
(Don’t tell me you don’t, don’t, don’t…)

Hey can’t you hear me
When did we stop listening?
Oh babe, don’t you see me?
___
Because nothing feels the same
Except the way we look
And now I’m about lost for words
You got a lot of new friends on your facebook
And it hurts, yeah it hurts

Falling out of love
Falling out of love

Falling out of love
(Don’t tell me you don’t feel it)
(Don’t tell me you don’t, don’t, don’t…)
Falling out of love
(Don’t tell me you don’t feel it)
(Don’t tell me you don’t)
Falling out of love
(Don’t tell me you don’t feel it)
(Don’t tell me you don’t, don’t, don’t…)
Falling out of love
(Don’t tell me you don’t feel it)
(Don’t tell me you don’t, don’t, don’t…)

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