Can't Believe The Way We Flow

Album: Assume Form (2019)
  • I can't believe the way you showed everyone
    Couldn't they see what you could do for everyone
    I know it took you a while to get to California
    I had no idea I was waiting on you

    I can't believe the way we flow
    I can't believe the way we live together
    I can't believe the way we flow
    I can't believe the way we flow

    I could have used you in the early days
    Well, it's been such a long, long, long, long time
    With the music of my mind
    Most of it seems unfinished now
    I can't believe the

    I can't believe the way we flow
    I can't believe the way we live together
    I can't believe the way we flow
    I can't believe the way we flow

    Nothing makes a sound
    When you're not around
    You are my fear of death
    You wave my fear of self
    And alone in the show
    Despite what I was told
    I'm finding I'm a smaller piece
    Than I once thought
    Oh, no, I really am
    I really Writer/s: James Blake Litherland
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, WARP MUSIC LIMITED
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