Awwww,
Break down!

I've been breaking sweats in the night-time
I was growing my hair
And I could not care
What they think
Cause my eyes were turned up
Like you tore open the ceiling
I've been singing songs in the night-time
I was banging my head
And I could not care
What they think
I said don't open the door
Even if you hear me screaming

I built a raft and got carried away
In my new direction
And there's where I stay
Cause, you should have known
That this boy wasn't grown
So you can go away,
Go away
If you want to leave,
If you want to leave

Now get down!

I was catching glimpses of bright lights
And they attracted my steps
'Till I was so scared
Of what could be
Hidden underneath the rocks
So we're never in position
I was singing songs of a lost mind
But I am still with my friends
So I am not scared
Of anything
I said "don't open the door
Even if you hear me screaming"

I met a boy who got carried away
In my direction
And there's where he stays
Well, you should have known
That this boy wasn't grown
So you can go away,
Go away
If you want to leave

And now don't you hide
'Cause you've got a treasure to find
So shed those leaves that you lie underneath (underneath)
And now don't you stray,
If you feel that you've lost your way
Share this feeling that came over me (over me)

Break down!

I've been breaking sweats in the night-time
I was growing my hair
And I could not care
What they think
I said
"Don't open the door, even if you hear me screaming!"

I am the boy who got carried away
In my new direction
And there's where I stay
Well, you should have known
That this boy wasn't grown
So you can go away,
Go away
If you want to leave
If you want to leave

Woohoohooo

You should have known
That this boy wasn't grown
So you can go away,
Go away
If you want to leave
If you want to leave
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Direction Lyrics

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Songwriters: GOLLA, MICHAEL / GRYSKIEWICZ, THOMAS / VASOLI, KENNETH / WATTS, MATTHEW / SCHMUTZ, BRIAN
Direction lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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