Save Me

Album: Making Mirrors (2011)
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  • In the mornings
    I was anxious
    It's better just to stay in bed
    Didn't want to fail myself again

    Running through all the options
    And the endings
    Were rolling out in front of me
    But I couldn't choose a thread to begin

    And I could not love
    'Cause I could not love myself
    Never good enough, no
    That was all I'd tell myself
    And I was not well
    But I could not help myself
    I was giving up on living

    In the morning
    You were leaving
    Travelling south again
    And you said you were not unprepared

    And all the dead ends
    And disappointments
    Were fading from your memory
    Ready for that lonely life to end

    And you gave me love
    When I could not love myself
    And you made me turn
    From the way I saw myself
    And you're patient, love
    And you help me help myself
    And you save me
    And you save me
    Yeah you save me Writer/s: Walter Andre De Backer
    Publisher: Cloud9, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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