Just Like Me

Album: Take Me When You Go (2014)
  • I heard she's beautiful
    A twenty out of ten
    That doesn't keep me from
    Wondering how you've been
    Left me for dead when we were
    I'm holding flooding fast
    I held my breathe and prayed that
    The rain would soon have passed

    So if you think you're falling apart
    And I'm the only one you'll call
    If you keep reaching for me in the dark
    And can't stand it anymore

    Then you just call my name
    I will do the same
    You can look into my eyes and see
    If you've got a broken heart
    Then you're just like me

    Why don't you come around
    Now wouldn't that be nice
    Another moment to remember why we felt so right
    I know you kiss me
    And in some fucked up way that's fine
    I know well only end in another sad goodbye

    So if you think you're falling apart
    And I'm the only one you'll call
    If you keep reaching for me in the dark
    And can't stand it anymore

    Then you just call my name
    I will do the same
    You can look into my eyes and see
    If you've got a broken heart
    Then you're just like me

    Just like just like me
    Just like just like me
    Just like just like me
    Just like just like me
    Just like just like me
    Just like just like me

    So if you think you're falling apart
    And I'm the only one you'll call
    If you keep reaching for me in the dark
    And can't stand it anymore

    Then you just call my name
    I will do the same
    You can look into my eyes and see
    If you've got a broken heart
    Then you're just like me

    Just like just like me
    Just like just like me
    Just like just like me Writer/s: STEVE WALSH, TEDDY GOLDSTEIN, DAVID MEAD, UNKNOWN COMPOSER
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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