Doors

  • I know it's been a minute since I been awake
    Didn't mean to cause you pain, I just needed to escape
    They saying that I'm sober, I'm just in a better place
    I'm on my way over, I'm just running kind of late
    And you know I've been through all the highs
    I've seen all the lows
    Lost track of time, I'm coming home
    You know my mind, places it goes
    When it goes, when it goes

    It's only a game, don't be afraid
    These doors will close, and people change
    One day you'll go, right now you're here
    No please just hear, don't disappear

    Good morning, babyWriter/s: Malcolm McCormick, Tyler Okonma
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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