Relax My Beloved

Album: The Lateness Of The Hour (2011)
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  • Relax my beloved, don't worry for me
    Don't shed a tear for me always be near for me
    Be comforted my love don't bow you head for me
    Promise you'll smile for me don't ever cry for me
    You know these walls they may fall down
    But I'll still hold on to you
    At heights higher than you'd imagine me too

    Then maybe again we would weep like we've done a thousand times before
    Don't turn your back on me, or shout as you walk out the door
    Be still my heart, I'm only a moment away
    In the next room or at the break of day
    And I would walk, once again to see your face again
    And I'd hear every word you'd have to say
    Then maybe again we would weep like we've done a thousand times before
    Don't turn your back on me, or shout as you walk out the door, no no no
    Then maybe again we would weep like we've done a thousand times before
    Don't turn your back on me, or shout as you walk out the door, no no no

    Then maybe again we would weep like we've done a thousand times before
    Don't turn your back on me, or shout as you walk out the door,
    Then maybe again we would weep like we've done a thousand times before
    Don't turn your back on me, or shout as you walk out the door, no no n Writer/s: THOMAS WESLEY PENTZ, ALEXANDER GEORGE CLAIRE, ARIEL ZIVI RECHTSHAID, DAVID JAMES ANDREW TAYLOR
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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