Album: not on an album (2008)
  • Last night I saw you standing by the window in our room
    You had your hair down on your shoulders
    And the moonlight kissing you
    I could hold your perfect body, I just couldn't reach your heart
    And that fire that burns between us
    Slowly faded in the dark

    You're gonna stray and leave me standin' alone
    You're gonna stray, baby your loves already gone
    You don't wanna be here its perfectly clear
    And you think you got it hidden away
    I know you're gonna stray
    You're gonna stray

    I don't know when it started happenin'
    But I can tell its closing in
    There's a change on your horizon
    And that hour glass is running outta sand
    And I'm no longer in your plans


    Away from me and take'th you everything
    I thought was true and every ounce of love ive held on to.
    You're gonna stray
    You're gonna stray
    You're gonna stray
    You don't wanna be here its perfectly clear
    And you think you've got it hidden away.
    I know you're gonna stray Writer/s: JASON MICHAEL CARROLL, RADNEY M. FOSTER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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