I'm Sorry

  • I'm sorry.
    I don't mean to remember.
    It's true that I dream less often.
    I'm not ashamed of that long December

    Your hand's coming down again.
    I close my eyes and brace myself.
    I only noticed your face.
    No matter what you're gonna build my shell,
    I'm falling.

    I'm shedding my skin, but it's not time I'm told.
    I am aware of what you mean and by then I'm only ten years old.
    I close my eyes and brace myself.
    I only noticed your face.

    No matter what your gonna build my shell
    My scars are yours today.
    This story ends so good.

    I love you and I understand that you stood where I stood.
    I close my eyes and brace my self.
    I only notice your face.

    No matter what your gonna break my shell
    I'm done healing.
    I'm done healing. Writer/s: HOWARD BENSON, SAMEER BHATTACHARYA, JAMES CULPEPPER, JARED HARTMANN, LACEY NICOLE MOSLEY, PAT SEALS, LACEY NICOLE STURM, KIRKPATRICK SEALS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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