Sloth

Album: Confessions (2013)
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  • Now I’m without you and I just can’t hide it
    And you’ll never know anything that I feel inside
    You know I still love you, but I stay divided
    'Cause I always hated your suicide

    I guess you’ll never bother
    Looking back
    Call me up to say your last goodbye

    Did you think that I could just let you go?
    I wish I could’ve said the words still
    To save you

    Now I’m without you and I just can’t hide it
    And you’ll never know anything that I feel inside
    You know I still love you, but I stay divided
    'Cause I always hated your suicide

    How could you leave us behind?
    I was only a boy
    And you made mother cry
    So I bury my grief far below, deep inside
    What else could I do?
    You’re gone and it’s true
    We saved your life, cuts like a knife

    It’s always hard to leave the past behind
    I hope someday I’ll get the chance to, to tell you

    Now I’m without you and I just can’t hide it
    And you’ll never know anything that I feel inside
    You know I still love you, but I stay divided
    'Cause I always hated your suicide
    I always hated your suicide Writer/s: JOSHUA TODD, KEITH NELSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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