Closer

  • Now I yearn to
    Follow you and
    Everything I do
    All those years in
    Isolation
    Helped me water you
    Lead me to a
    Place I'm free from
    All the wrongs I do

    In return I'll live my life
    Forever loving you

    Closer
    I'm here to be closer
    Closer
    To you, to you, to you, to you
    Closer
    I'm ready now
    Closer
    Closer
    To you, to you, to you, to you

    In my mind
    Eternal darkness
    Seemed like it was true
    Also wretched, wretched, wretched, wr-wretched
    Seeing you
    I was weary
    I was sleepy
    But you held me through
    Carried me along the sand
    Your footsteps gold and couth

    Closer
    I'm here to be closer
    Closer
    To you, to you, to you, to you
    Closer
    I'm ready now
    Closer
    Closer
    To you, to you, to you, to you

    All those years in
    Isolation Writer/s: Tahliah Barnett, Timmaz Zolleyn
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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