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SONG OF THE WEEK


"Dangerously"- Charlie Puth

Artiste: Charlie Puth
Year: 2016

Album: Nine Track Mind

Genre: Contemporary R&B


Charlie Puth is an American singer, songwriter and record producer who gained recognition through Youtube. He debuted with his single, "Marvin Gaye" (ft. Meghan Trainor), a 2x platinum selling record. He wrote, and co- produced the song, "See You Again", which was included in the Furious 7 soundtrack. He also performed it with Wiz Khalifa.
Nine Track Mind is his first studio album, after he released his single "One Call Away" in 2015.

Charlie Puth has a very soothing voice, which when combined with this melodious song has an amazing effect!

Lyrics
This is gonna hurt but I blame myself first, cause I ignored the truth
Drunk off that love, it fucked my head up, there's no forgetting you
You've awoken me, but you're choking me, I was so obsessed
Gave you all of me, and now honestly I've got nothing left


I loved you dangerously
More than the air that I breathe
Knew we would crash at the speed that we were going
Didn't care if the explosion ruined me
Baby I loved you dangerously
I loved you dangerously


Usually I hold the power with both my hands tied behind my back
Look at how things change, cause now you're the train, and I'm tied to the track
You've awoken me, but you're choking me, I was so obsessed
Gave you all of me, and now honestly I've got nothing left

Cause I loved you dangerously
More than the air that I breathe
Knew we would crash at the speed that we were going
Didn't care if the explosion ruined me
Baby I loved you dangerously


You took me down, down, down, down
And kissed my lips with goodbye
I see you now, now, now, now
It was a matter of time
You know I know, there's only one place this could lead
But you are the fire, I'm gasoline


I love you, I love you, I love you, I loved you dangerously
More than the air that I breathe
Oh now, I knew we would crash at the speed that we were going
Didn't care if the explosion ruined me
Oh, oh baby I loved you dangerously


Oh, I loved you dangerously
Oh, oh, I loved you dangerously 



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