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Tape Machines feat. Frigga - The Winner

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LYRICS:
You’re like a circle that floats around me
Keeping me safe and sound
And when I fall you’ve tied a rope to me
You’re blessing me everyday

I was down, with an illusion
Like a sparrow with broken wings
But now I shine with your reflection on me
I’m getting back up on my feet

That you showed up was written in my palm
You are a statement, explode like a bomb
I get to push myself to victory
You make me winner

You cut me loose and set me free
You make me win in every way
You showed my how to spread my wings
Yes I’m the winner of the day

You cut me loose and set me free
You make me win in every way
You showed my how to spread my wings
Yes I’m the winner of the day
Yes I’m the winner, yeah
‘Cause I’m the winner, yes

Am I awake, or am I dreaming?
So far gone I won’t look back
And when I move there ain’t no stopping me
You’re pushing my up to the top

I saw the clouds, looking angry
But then the sky reached my mind
And when I space out I see the possibilities
Unfolding the way that I want

That you showed up was written in my palm
You are a statement, explode like a bomb
I get to push myself to victory
You make me winner

You cut me loose and set me free
(You cut me loose)
You make me win in every way
(Win in every way, yeah)
You showed my how to spread my wings
Yes I’m the winner of the day

You cut me loose and set me free
(You cut me, you cut me)
You make me win in every way
You showed my how to spread my wings
Yes I’m the winner of the day
Yes I’m the winner, yeah
‘Cause I’m the winner, yes
‘Cause I’m the winner, yeah, yeah, yeah
Ooh
Yes I’m the winner, yeah

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