Dyed in the Wool

Album: Blue Sky Noise (2010)
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  • It's so sad for us
    When we find ourselves
    Giving away
    And it's a shame for us
    When we find ourselves
    Going to waste
    So throw away the love that we made.

    (I know I know)
    And nothing's going to change that hopeless feeling
    I get when you say you'll understand and I know you can't

    There's no reason to be here
    We should pack up and leave
    I have never felt that way before totally alone
    There's no reason to leave
    I have never seen you act that way before
    Totally exposed.
    As you throw away the love that we made

    (I know I know)
    And nothing's going to change that hopeless feeling
    I get when you say you'll understand and I know you can't

    The longer it takes the more it goes to waste
    I want to believe you but I can't feel a thing
    The more that you get the less you are

    And nothing's going to change that helpless feeling
    I get when you say you'll understand and I know you can't

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