You & I

Album: Hummingbird (2013)
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  • You and I, we were always strong
    It was enough to keep me on
    Believe me.

    And I woke up with my green eyes blue
    And all I think about is you
    And it feels

    When did your love,
    When did your love go cold?
    The closer I get, the farther I have to go
    To places we don't know
    To places we don't know
    To places we don't know
    To places we don't know

    In all this light, all I feel is dark
    Had the sun without its warmth
    I'm freezing

    When did your love, when did your love go cold?
    The closer I get, the farther I have to go
    To places we don't know
    To places we don't know
    To places we don't know
    To places we don't know Writer/s: Kelcey Paul Ayer, Matthew James Frazier, Ryan Clinton Hahn, Taylor David Rice
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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