Forgive and Forget

Album: Bad Vibrations (2016)
  • I feel like a runaway
    Seeing the light of day
    For the first time, I'm drawing the line
    It's hard to care when you know it all
    In slow motion I watch you fall
    Like you're blind, thoughts poison the mind
    I always bend when it comes to you
    I think you'll change, but you never do
    You never do, I enable you

    Let me down, let me down like only you know how
    Shut me out, shut me out, forgive and forget
    Forgive and forget
    Let me down, let me down like only you know how
    Shut me out, shut me out, forgive and forget
    Forgive and forget

    Wish that I could say this to your face
    Something different, something brave
    Wish I would, but I never could
    I feel you slowly pulling me in
    I try to help, but it's sink or swim
    And you're a weight, there's comfort in pain

    Let me down, let me down like only you know how
    Shut me out, shut me out, forgive and forget
    Forgive and forget
    Let me down, let me down like only you know how
    Shut me out, shut me out, forgive and forget
    Forgive and forget

    You've drained all the love I had
    All I had for you
    Yeah, you've drained all the love I had
    All I had for you
    All I had for you

    Let me down, let me down like only you know how
    Shut me out, shut me out, forgive and forget
    Forgive and forget
    Let me down, let me down like only you know how
    Shut me out, shut me out, forgive and forget
    Forgive and forget Writer/s: JEREMY MCKINNON, TOM DENNEY, KEVIN SKAFF, ANDREW WADE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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