A Place Where You Belong

Album: Fever (2010)
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  • You're gone!
    You're gone!

    Your body's cold
    Hope is lost, I can't let go
    Can I die with you,
    So we can never grow old?

    Cut the ties (Cut the ties)
    With this note you left behind
    As I heed the words I hear you telling me why

    Too late, too late
    I never said goodbye
    Too late, too late
    Can't even ask you why
    And now I'm wasting away
    In my own misery
    I hope you've finally gone,
    To a place where you belong

    My sadness shows,
    As your name is carved in stone
    Can't erase the words so the reality grows

    I wish I died (I wish I died)
    On that night right by your side
    So just kill me now and let the good times roll

    Too late, too late
    I never said goodbye
    Too late, too late
    Can't even ask you why
    And now I'm wasting away
    In my own misery
    I hope you've finally gone
    To a place where you belong

    Will you wait for me? (Will you wait for me?)
    Will I see you on the other side?
    You won't have to wait too long
    Yeah

    Will you come to me? (Will you come to me?)
    Will you take me to the other side?
    'Cause here I don't belong

    Too late, too late
    I never said goodbye
    Too late, too late
    Can't even ask you why
    And now I'm wasting away
    In my own misery
    I hope you've finally gone
    To a place where you belong

    I never said goodbye
    Can't even ask you why
    I'm wasting
    Away in my own misery
    I hope you've finally gone
    To a place where you belong Writer/s: DON GILMORE, JASON JAMES, MATTHEW TUCK, MICHAEL PAGET, MICHAEL THOMAS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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