Run

Album: Non Fiction (2015)
  • Why do I breathe
    With what's beating in my chest?
    You'd think I'd learn better now
    'Cause I can't get any rest
    'Cause I
    Keep trying
    To find happiness
    In everybody else

    Please move that finger
    That's been pointing to my mistakes
    I want no part
    In the feelings you worst make
    So let go
    And let me love you today

    And you're so damn difficult
    You'd lose a heart in your hand
    And I can't believe you'd make me work for it
    Now I understand
    Why I run as fast as I can

    And I can feel everything
    I can feel your emptiness
    And I don't believe
    There's a way out of this mess,
    Unless, I
    Can forgive
    All your sins
    I will not
    I'll never laugh again
    Again

    See right through
    My words
    See I'm just like you
    Watch me stomp on my sweet shoes
    All your lies
    All your lies
    All your lies

    You're so damn difficult
    You'd lose a heart in your hand
    And I can't believe you'd make me work for it
    Now I understand
    Why I run as fast as I can Writer/s: CHRISTINA JUDITH PERRI
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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