A crack in the smile But she's always in style while she waits Waving goodbye but she's too tired to cry and she's wasted A letter he wrote But it's far too expose so he throws it away The sound of regret as it's counting the steps back to safe
[Chorus] I don't want to leave you with perfume and promises But we'll never know 'till we capture and bottle it 'Cause wouldn't it be such a shame If all was wasted
Not an inch of the room That isn't in bloom or in light So we drink 'till its dawn Every drip 'till it's gone and we're wasted It's a thing of the truth But we'll lie and we'll look for the perfect escape And the moment will go like melted snow in the rain
Stay for another morning Study the curves on my face Stay even when we're unknowing Stay 'till they tear you away
Writer/s: IDINA MENZEL, PETER VETTESE
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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