Borrowed Time

Album: Things I've Never Said (2015)
  • There is nothing that I won't do
    But I think I'm starting to strain
    Have I done something to hurt you?
    Cause it's not been feeling the same

    Maybe I've been seeing salt in the sand
    I should know it's all in my head
    But a question I know I have to ask

    Are we in the hands of borrowed time?
    Borrowed time
    Where do we stand?
    Are these the hands of borrowed time?

    If you ever were to leave me
    Would you come back lonely someday?
    And if I fell apart completely
    Would you still come running my way?

    Maybe I've been seeing salt in the sand
    I should know it's all in my head
    But a question I know I have to ask

    Are we in the hands of borrowed time?
    Borrowed time
    Where do we stand?
    Are these the hands of borrowed time?

    Are we in the hands of borrowed time?
    Borrowed time
    Where do we stand?
    Are these the hands of borrowed time? Writer/s: HOWARD JOHN LAWRENCE, SOPHIE FRANCES COOKE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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