Lark

Album: All Mirrors (2019)
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  • To forget you is to hide, there's still so much left to recover
    If only we could start again, pretending we don't know each other
    I could not come back the same, this city's changed
    It's not what it was back when you loved me
    Walking down that path we made when we thought
    What we had was such a good thing

    Hiding out inside my head, it's me again, it's no surprise I'm on my own now
    Every time I turn to you, I see the past
    It's all that lasts and all I know how
    Learn to look me in the eyes
    Yet I still don't feel it's me you're facing
    Say your heart is always mine, what about old times, you can't erase them

    Wishing we could only find one another
    All we've done here is blind one another
    Hate can't live in this heart here forever
    Have to learn how to make it together

    The way you scream like something else as a man
    The way you scream like something else as a man
    The way you scream like something else as a man

    Baby, I was there and I held him, I was there and he put it all on me
    Baby, I was there and I held him, right there where no one else could see
    Took me into his arms, told me that I was the reason
    Told me that I was the woman he'd always be losing, always be dreaming

    Dream on, dream on, dream on, dream on
    Dream on, dream on
    Dream on, dream on, dream on, dream on
    Dream on, dream on
    Dream on

    You say you love every single part
    What about my dreams?
    What about the heart?
    Trouble from the start
    Trouble with the heart
    Ah, trouble with the heart Writer/s: Angel L. Olsen, Benjamin Walter Babbitt
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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