Higher Ground

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Robin Schulz (born 28 April 1987) is a German musician, DJ and record producer. Most of his songs make use of manual guitar riffs. On 4 February 2014, he released the first single from his debut album, a remix of "Waves" by Dutch hip hop artist Mr Probz. This remix later received a nomination for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards.His follow-up single, released 6 June 2014, was a remix of the Lilly Wood and the Prick track "Prayer in C" from their 2010 album Invincible Friends. Both remixes have charted in many European countries and the United States, leading to international recognition for Schulz. He co-founded Lausbuben Records with Daniel Bruns and Christopher Noble. more »


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2017
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You were life, you were love
You were water
You were bread Feel my breath getting harder
And I know if you're gone any longer
That I could bleed my heart out
You were gold and I took you for granted
Held the world in the palm of my hand
But I was blind, couldn't see what I had then
Now I bleed my heart out

If you could stay just a little while longer
You might believe, I've been trying to make a change

'Cause everything I touch, turns to ashes
And everything I love, gets away from me
Everything I've lost, casts a shadow
I'm trying not to hold on
I'm ready for that, higher, higher ground
Higher, higher ground
Higher, higher ground
I'm never coming down, never coming down

We were young, we were lost
We were frozen
Broken hearts that were aching to open
Now I see there was no way of knowing
That we were bleeding out

But if you could stay just a little while longer
Oh you might believe, I've been trying to make a change

'Cause everything I touch, turns to ashes
And everything I love, walks away from me
Everything I've lost, casts a shadow
I'm trying not to hold on
I'm ready for that, higher, higher ground
Higher, higher ground
Higher, higher ground
I'm never coming down, never coming down
I'm never coming down, never coming down
I'm never coming down, never coming down

'Cause everything I touch, turns to ashes
And everything I love, walks away from me
Everything I've lost, casts a shadow
I'm trying

Everything I touch, turns to ashes
And everything I love, walks away from me
Everything I've lost, casts a shadow
I'm trying not to hold on
I'm ready for that, higher, higher ground
Higher, higher ground
Higher, higher ground
Never coming down
Higher, higher ground
Higher, higher ground
Higher, higher ground
I'm never coming down, I'm never coming down

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Written by: Robin Schulz, Guido Kramer, Dave Gibson, Juergen Dohr, Dennis Bierbrodt, Johnnie Newman, Stefan Dabruck

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC

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