Stay Still

Album: Witness (2009)
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  • Tonight is gone
    They tell you it's your time
    But I won't let them take you from me
    And I'll never get far from you
    (I'll never get far from you)
    We all feel the same
    (Can't stop this suffering in my head)
    Can't turn this one around

    If I could pull you from wreckage
    We'd be all fine, oh lord
    Don't tell me this is happening
    If I could hold you for a second
    We'd be all right, oh lord
    Don't tell me this is happening

    So when does it start getting better
    So far from home
    The lights are fading out
    Just leave us all behind

    If I could pull you from wreckage
    We'd be all fine, oh lord
    Don't tell me this is happening
    If I could hold you for a second
    We'd be all right, oh lord
    Don't tell me this is happening

    Ohhhh
    I never should have let you go
    Until I'll be with you
    I'm dying on my own

    If I could pull you from wreckage
    We'd be all fine, oh lord
    Don't tell me this is happening
    If I could hold you for a second
    We'd be all right, oh lord
    Don't tell me this is happening

    And I know
    I'm not the only one
    Don't tell me this is happening
    And I know, I'm not the only one
    Don't tell me this is happening
    Don't tell me this is happening Writer/s: BEAU BOKAN, ERIC ANTHONY LAMBERT, JARED MICHAEL WARTH, MATTHEW JAMES TRAYNOR, MICHAEL BASKETTE, MICHAEL TYLER FRISBY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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