Same About You

Album: Bad Vibrations (2016)
  • I just felt a wave, an emotion
    And right then I knew that everything had changed
    A whole side of you that went missing's gone
    And all I'd thought of you is wrong

    Gotta step away for perspective
    Need to take a chance to clear my head
    Don't wanna understand your position
    Oughta wash my hands of you and run

    Think I lost my nerve like I lost you
    Held trapped by what we were

    No, I'll never feel the same
    Same about you, same about you
    No, I'll never feel the same
    Same about you, same about you

    Spent time today reminiscing
    Think I learned a lot about who we are
    Couldn't diagnose your condition
    But now I see the signs you left behind

    Think I lost my nerve like I lost you
    And the truth remains unheard

    No, I'll never feel the same
    Same about you, same about you
    No, I'll never feel the same
    Same about you, same about you

    Some roads you can't come back from
    When you extract truth from the lie

    No, I'll never feel the same
    Same about you, same about you
    No, I'll never feel the same
    Same about you, same about you Writer/s: JEREMY MCKINNON, NEIL WESTFALL, KEVIN SKAFF, ALEX SHELNUTT
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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