End Of The Affair

Album: I Forget Where We Were (2014)
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  • The end of the affair
    The weight of the world
    The kindness gone to bed
    The way of your laughter
    Alive in the halls
    Did he hear, did he hear
    The fumbled words you said

    Living without her
    Living at all
    Seems to slow me down
    Living forever
    Hell, I don't know
    Do I care, do I care
    The thunder's rumbled sound

    Now I watch her
    Running 'round in love again
    Now I talk about you
    When I'm with our mutual friends

    The end of the affair
    The weight of the world
    The kindness gone to bed
    It's free of your laughter
    Alive after all
    Did he hear, did he hear
    The fumbled words he said

    Living without her
    Living at all
    Seems to slow me down
    Living forever
    Hell, I don't know
    Do I care, do I care
    The thunder's rumbled sound

    Now I watch her
    Running 'round in love again
    Now I talk about you
    When I'm with our mutual friends

    Now I watch her
    Running 'round in love again
    Now I talk about you
    When I'm with our mutual friends

    This is it
    This is just it
    Go to him
    What the hell, love?
    What the hell?

    This is it
    This is just it
    Go to him
    What the hell, love?
    What the hell?

    This is it
    What the hell, love?
    What the hell? Writer/s: BENJAMIN JOHN HOWARD
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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