Album: single release only (2010)
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  • Everyone can see the things I'm hiding here
    Underneath my skin
    Everywhere I've ever been
    I have left a part of my within
    And now the ugly parts
    Come shining through
    I knew they'd find their ugly way to you
    Oh, no, no, no

    Everything I ever said is something new
    Til I say it all again
    Every time I find my way I just find you
    And I don't know where I've been
    And now the ugly parts come breaking in
    They run across the room
    And breathe us in
    Oh no, no, no
    Oh no, no, no

    I know the clouds only part halfway
    But if you'll have me
    I hope to stay

    Every heavy part of you is on the ground
    There's no shoe left to fall
    Every heavy part of you
    Seems something sound
    Wonder why you're here at all
    'Cause now the ugly parts have found their way
    Don't let them take you from me
    Stay, stay, stay
    Stay, stay, stay
    Oh, no, no, no
    Oh, no, no, no
    Oh, no, no, no
    Oh, no, no, no


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