End of May

Album: Crazy Love Hollywood Edition (2010)
  • Golden haze
    Another morning feels like yesterday
    End of May
    And now you're gone and there's still bills to pay
    And you know it doesn't help to make believe, you're sitting next to me
    It doesn't help, to make believe that you are right behind me
    Saying it's okay

    Longer days
    More time to sit and watch the pendulum sway
    In the quiet rage, I'm staring at this empty notebook page
    In times like these you feel like you are done with feeling
    You feel you want to stop the pain from healing
    Because you feel like you're the only one
    Who's ever felt this way

    Some days in a daze, there's brighter days
    Funny how the feeling never stays
    But I know I'll have to come to terms when I'm awake
    Thinking about you is the icing on the cake
    Makes me realize the fact you're gone for good, for goodness sake

    Golden haze, another morning feels like yesterday
    End of May, a year is gone and I still feel this way
    And when we meet again, I'll ask you how you're doing
    And you'll say fine and ask me how I'm doing

    And then I'll lie and I'll say ordinary
    It's just an ordinary day

    It's just an ordinary day

    It's just an ordinary day Writer/s: Timothy Paul Seely
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