Incomplete

Album: Chaos and The Calm (2015)
  • I breathe in slow to compose myself
    But the bleeding heart I left on the shelf
    Starts beating now, bleeding half death
    'Cause I hear in you all mine

    So I press my lips down to your neck
    And I stay there and I reconnect
    Bravery, I've been trying to be perfect
    It can wait for a while

    Scared of the hope in my head
    It's been making me sweat, but it turns out
    You here with your head on my chest
    I should guess

    The world will turn and we'll both will learn how to be
    To be incomplete

    I breathe out now and we fall back in
    Just like before we can re-begin
    Let your arms push slow up against my skin
    Let it all feel just right

    Gone is the emptiness
    We just take what's best and move on
    All of the heart gets left
    I should of guessed

    The world will turn and we'll both will learn how to be
    To be incomplete
    This here now, it's where we touch down
    You and me, let's be incomplete

    How we ever go without?
    I don't know but it looks like we made it again
    Tell me you'll never look down, down

    And the world will turn and we'll grow
    We'll learn how to be
    To be incom

    I don't wanna look down
    I don't want us to break up in the cloud
    All I want is to stay us to, stay with you now

    I don't wanna look down
    I don't want us to break up in the cloud
    All I want is to stay us, to stay with you now

    And the world will turn and we'll both will learn how to be
    To be incomplete
    This here now, it's where we touch down
    You and me let's be incomplete Writer/s: James Michael Bay, Jake Nathan Gosling, Christopher William Leonard, Chris Leonard
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Royalty Network, BDI Music Limited
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