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10/16/13

EXO - GROWL Lyrics (English & Romanized)

EXO – Growl Lyrics
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English Translation:
Yo, okay I’m warning you just in case (listen carefully) It’s dangerous now (so dangerous) Stop provoking me (there’s going to be trouble) I don’t even know myself My breath keeps on stopping You walk towards me You smile at me Maybe you’re attracted to me too My sights become dark When you stare at me The sound of your breathing You’re the one that makes me crazy So nobody can look at you (when you smile) I want to hide you inside my embrace (I’m so serious) The stares that are after you Wakes up inside me There’s a harsh/fierce swirl/storm A dark shadow has woken up inside of me Sparks fly in my eyes as I look at you Everyone step away from her (step away) It’s going to get fierce from now on I’m growling, growling, growling I’m growling, growling, growling I’m growling, growling, growling If you don’t back away then I don’t care if you get hurt With agitated stare and cutting tension I’m searching your surroundings You just stay still and look at me I’ll never let you go you’ll see The stares that are seeking you who’s vividly shining in the blurry space The sound of the alarm is ringing in me A dark shadow has woken up inside of me Sparks fly in my eyes as I look at you Everyone step away from her (step away) It’s going to get fierce from now on I’m growling, growling, growling www.kpoplyrics.net/exo-growl-lyrics-english-romanized.html 1/4

10/16/13

EXO - GROWL Lyrics (English & Romanized)

I’m growling, growling, growling I’m growling, growling, growling If you don’t back away then I don’t care if you get hurt EXO Just in case another wolf looks at you Because my girl is too perfect I hold you softly within me [OR] I embrace…...

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