Mixtape

Album: Invented (2010)
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  • Maybe we could put your tape back on
    Rewind until the moment we went wrong
    I was always just a little bit lost
    Knowing what I do, I should have fought

    You don't get to walk away, walk away, now
    It's too late, you can't walk away, walk away, now
    You don't get to walk away, walk away, now
    It's too late, you can't walk away, walk away, now

    Simple words connecting thought
    Just pieces of the background 'til they're gone, gone, gone
    I was only there to sing your song
    What were you protecting yourself from?

    You don't get to walk away, walk away, now
    It's too late, you can't walk away, walk away, now
    You don't get to walk away, walk away, now
    It's too late, you can't walk away, walk away, now

    Where went all the takers, baby
    Could you still give what they want?
    Where went all the takers, baby
    Do you still have what they want?

    You don't get to walk away, walk away, now
    It's too late, you can't walk away, walk away, now
    You don't get to walk away, walk away, now
    It's too late, you can't walk away, walk away, now

    You don't get to walk away, walk away, now
    It's too late, you can't walk, walk away, now
    You don't get to walk away, walk away, now
    It's too late, you can't walk away, walk away, now

    You don't get to walk away, walk away, now
    It's too late, you can't walk away, walk away, now
    You don't get to walk away, walk away, now
    It's too late, you can't walk away, walk away, now Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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