Vesper's Goodbye

Album: Who I Am (2010)
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  • All of you,
    You shaped me into what I am,
    You carried out the bitter man,
    Do you have a master plan?
    Oh no.

    Somewhere, I,
    Let all my defenses down,
    Never thought to turn around,
    And you did not make a sound.

    See it turning red,
    Like a bullet through the chest,
    Lay me down to rest,
    It's a lover's final breath.

    And I found out,
    Nothing comes without a cost,
    Life was just a game we lost,
    Do you have a better thought?

    Now, you're gone, and
    Nothing's ever felt so wrong
    A moment seems to last so long,
    Do you have a fear so strong?

    See it turning red,
    Like a bullet through the chest,
    Lay me down to rest,
    It's a lover's final breath.

    Now I die,
    Kiss your tender lips goodbye,
    Pray to God, he hears my cry Writer/s: NICHOLAS JONAS, PJ BIANCO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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