Album: Listen Up (2012)
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  • It's not like I'm invisible
    You still wear me under your skin
    When we talk, we don't talk at all
    Too weak to leave, too stubborn to give in
    Who is gonna be the first to say a truce
    It's not enough that we should part, can't stop fighting too

    We don't let go, we can't get close
    I still need you when you still need me
    This tug of war can't go on anymore
    Nobody wins from this misery
    Free, well oh can't you see,
    I wanna be free, I want you to be, free

    It's not like she isn't loving you
    It's just that you can't be alone for too long
    I'd like to wish you all the happiness
    Maybe the truth is it will kill me if you move on
    Who is gonna be the first to say enough
    Who is gonna be the first one to find true love

    We don't let go, we can't get close
    I still need you when you still need me
    This tug of war can't go on anymore
    Nobody wins from this misery
    Free, well oh can't you see,
    I wanna be, I want you to be, free

    Let it be, let it be, just a beautiful memory
    Anything that starts will have an ending
    Let it go, let it go, yeah 'cause we both know
    This will only be over when we're free
    Yeah yeah yeah, oh when we're free
    Oh oh I know oh

    We don't let go, we can't get close
    I still need you and you still need me
    This tug of war can't go on anymore
    Nobody wins from this misery
    Free, well oh can't you see,
    I wanna be, I want you to be
    Whoa, free ah, I wanna be, I want ya to be
    Oh can't we be, free
    Oh I wanna be, free, yeah yeah yeah Writer/s: DAVID MCKEE BARNES, LUCIE SILVAS, MARLA CANNON-GOODMAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management, Songtrust Ave
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