Before the Storm

Album: Lines, Vines and Trying Times (2009)
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  • I know this isn't what I wanted
    I never thought it'd come this far
    Just thinking back to where we started
    And how we lost all that we are
    We were young and times were easy
    But I could see it's not the same
    I'm standing here but you don't see me
    Give it all for that to change

    I don't want
    To lose her
    Don't let her go

    Standing out in the rain
    Need to know if it's over
    Cause I would leave you alone
    Flooded with all this pain
    Knowing that I'll never hold her
    Like I did before the storm

    Yeah
    Before the storm

    With every strike of lightening
    Comes a memory that lasts
    And not a word is left unspoken
    As a thunder starts to crash
    Maybe I should give up

    Standing out in the rain
    Need to know if it's over
    Cause I would leave you alone
    Flooded with all this pain
    Knowing that I'll never hold her
    Like I did before the storm

    Trying to keep
    The light from going out
    And the clouds were ripping out my broken heart
    They always say
    A heart is not a home
    Without the one who gets you through the storm

    Standing out in the rain
    Need to know if it's over
    Cause I would leave you alone
    Flooded with all this pain
    Knowing that I'll never hold her
    Like I did before the storm Writer/s: JOSEPH JONAS, KEVIN JONAS II, MILEY CIRUS, NICHOLAS JONAS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Walt Disney Music Company
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