Maybe

Album: Our Version Of Events (2012)
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  • When we first moved in together
    Couldn't keep hands off each other
    Now we're lying back to back
    And silence in the black
    We used to laugh until we cried
    You used look at me and smile
    Now we hardly say hello
    And feelings never show
    And all the signs seem to say love is lost
    But I don't wanna give up what we've got

    Maybe you could stay a bit longer
    I could try a bit harder
    We could make this work
    But maybe we should stop pretending
    We both know we're hurting
    Maybe it's time to go

    We broke up last Sunday night
    Keep on thinking 'bout the fight
    Rest my head against the wall
    Your bags are by the door

    Then your key turns in the lock
    You see me on the stairs and stop
    Have you had a change of heart?
    Can we go back to the start?
    But all the signs seem to say love is lost
    But I don't wanna give up yet because

    Maybe you could stay a bit longer
    I could try a bit harder
    We could make this work
    But maybe we should stop pretending
    We both know we're hurting
    Maybe it's time to go

    Maybe it's time to go
    Maybe it's time to go
    Maybe it's time to go (go)
    We could make it work, we could make it work

    Maybe you could stay a bit longer
    Or I could try a bit harder
    We could make this work
    But maybe we should stop pretending
    Both of us are hurting
    Maybe it's time to go
    Maybe it's time to go

    Maybe we could make this work
    Maybe it's time to go
    Maybe we could make this work
    Maybe it's time to go Writer/s: A MILLARD, EMELI SANDE, EMILI SANDE, P HERMAN
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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