Still

Album: Little Red (2014)
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  • You chose the simple life
    My love was way too much for you to bear
    And left our world to end right there
    But I still hear you whispering my name
    Surely there's a part unchanged
    How could you be so far away
    When I still see your face like it was only yesterday
    And although you're out of sight
    Would you still be the same if I was next to you tonight?

    Still
    Still on my mind now, still
    You still know how to make me feel
    How come these wounds won't heal
    You're still on my mind now, still

    Now how could I compete
    With something bigger than the both of us
    Why were we not good enough
    We gave it all and watched it burn away
    But the ashes still remain
    I wonder what it is you say
    When you close your eyes, what do you ask for when you pray
    What do you need to sooth your soul
    Why can't I find something else to make sense of it all

    Still
    Still on my mind now, still
    You still know how to make me feel
    How come these wounds won't heal
    You're still on my mind now,

    I can't let go, don't wanna let go
    I can't let go, don't wanna let go

    Still
    Still on my mind now, still
    You still know how to make me feel
    How come these wounds won't heal?
    You still have the power
    Still, when we walked away
    I thought we'd fade to gray
    Thinking if you feel the same
    If I don't want to heal
    Why won't this heart beat still?
    You're still on my mind now, still
    You're still on my mind now, still Writer/s: Fraser SMITH, Gordon Warren, Katie Brien
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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