About Farewell

Album: About Farewell (2013)
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  • It is plain to see that I have one foot out the door
    And I know that your dear heart is telling you to run
    Deep down, somewhere
    Deep down, somewhere

    I heard somebody say:
    That the brightest lights cast the biggest shadows
    So, honey, I've got to let you go

    Seven years to you, dear heart, is all that I can give
    And I know that without me, you find just what you need
    Deep down, somewhere
    Deep down, somewhere

    I heard somebody say:
    That the brightest lights cast the biggest shadow
    So, honey, I've got to let you go

    Leaving is the hardest part, that's what we've always said
    And once upon the other side it is best not too look back

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