Epiphany (I'm Leaving)

Album: Epiphany (2009)
Charted: 89
  • And then it comes to me like an epiphany

    Its over
    Its over

    Second night in a row
    You didn't come home
    I'm watching my phone
    Waiting for it to ring

    Sitting in the house on the couch with the TV on
    All night all alone
    Every time same old thing

    [Chorus]
    So I think I'm just about over being your girlfriend
    I'm leaving, I'm leaving
    No more wonderin' what you've been doing
    Where you been sleeping
    (its over)
    I'm leaving
    I'm leaving

    So you walk in
    The next morning
    To find me smiling,
    Like nothing ever happened

    You give me some excuse
    Like you always do
    I just kiss your cheek
    And this is what I tell you (you, you)

    [Chorus]

    [Bridge:]
    How many times did I fall for your lies
    How many times did I sit home and cry
    Never questioning why? why? why? why?
    It just came to me
    Like an epiphany
    How about if I just leave

    [Chorus] Writer/s: ANTHONY PIZZUTI, ANTHONY JOHN JR. PIZZUTI, DUSTY RIACH, JUSTIN SALINAS, JUSTIN DAVID SALINAS, MARK ANTHONY PIZZUTI, NICK URLACHER, TYLER SMITH, ZACK HANSEN
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