Feels So Real

Album: Edens Edge (2012)
  • It was two years ago and it was yesterday
    It might not make sense
    But that's just the way it feels to me

    I'm as bad as an old washing machine
    Spinning 'round but I never get clean
    Don't you see

    'Cause baby, you're gone but you're like the wind
    Out of the calm you come back again
    Rattling the windows of my painted shut heart
    Feels so real

    Inside I still got this breaking in my chest
    Don't feel like flesh, it feels like glass
    And glass shatters

    Oh, outside I'm not leather yet
    But these days I'm tougher than I ever thought I'd get
    Or ever wanna be and the heart of the matter

    Is baby, you're gone but you're like the wind
    Out of the calm you come back again
    Rattling the windows of my painted shut heart, oh
    Feels so real, feels so real

    Pulling down Jupiter would be much easier
    Swimming in the sky, that would be a breeze
    The finding a magic cure, help me remember
    You're nothing but a memory, yeah

    Baby, you're gone but you're like the wind
    Out of the calm you come back again
    Rattling the windows of my painted shut heart
    Feels so real, feels so real

    It was two years ago and it was yesterday
    (Oh, it feels so real, oh)
    Might not make sense
    But that's just the way it feels Writer/s: HILLARY LINDSEY, TIA SILLERS, ANGELO T. PETRAGLIA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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