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Books and letters

by The Morning Light


With your head held high,
Pretend that you´re alright without me.
And I´m better now that I´m without your fears.
And I´ll write this down, sound it out.
And pretend there´s something more left in your town.

I´ll sit through months away from home without you.
And 4,000 miles away is all I need,
For you to realize what you need.
But you´re clean cut and exposed,
And I´ve never felt more at home.
But I´ll pretend there´s something more left in your town.

I´m falling in and out of love,
Finally stopping what we were made of.
"Oh, you´re done."
By summer I´ll have you on your knees,
Come August and you´ll lie right through your teeth.
And it´s oh so typical but what I need.

I´m writing books through letters,
That I´m sure you´ll never read.
I´m searching through a postcard,
To find any trace of me.
But you´ve traded thoughts of me,
For this new life that comes cheap.
And I can only pray it falls beneath your feet.

I´m falling in and out of love,
Finally stopping what we were made of.
"Oh, you´re done."
By summer I´ll have you on your knees,
Come August and you´ll lie right through your teeth.
And it´s oh so typical but what I need.

You´re done it´s just what I need,
(I´m falling in and out of love.)
(You and...) Your violent attempts to come clean.

I´m falling in and out of love,
Finally stopping what we were made of.
"Oh, you´re done."
By summer I´ll have you on your knees,
Come August and you´ll lie right through your teeth.
And it´s oh so typical but what I need.

"You´re done."
It´s just what I need





 

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