No Distance Left To Run
by Blur

Album: 13 (1999)
Charted: 14
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  • It's over
    You don't need to tell me
    I hope you're with someone who makes you
    feel safe in your sleeping tonight
    I won't kill myself, trying to stay in your life
    I got no distance left to run

    When you see me
    Please turn your back and walk away
    I don't want to see you
    'cause i know the dreams that you keep is wearing me
    When your coming down, think of me here
    I got no distance left to run

    It's over, I knew it would end this way
    I hope you're with someone who makes you feel
    That this life is the night
    And it settles down, stays around
    Spends more time with you
    I got no distance left to run

    I'm coming home
    Soooo ohhhh
    Ohhh... Writer/s: Alexander James Steven, Alexander Rowntree David, Damon Albarn, Graham Leslie Coxon
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Angelo from Manila, Philippinesgreatest break-up song... ever!!
  • Jeremiah from Denver, CoHeartbreaking song from a criminally underrated album. Blur's 13 is a work of art.
  • Alejandro from Mexico D.f., Mexicogreat song... one of the saddest I´ve heard
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