Let's get old together Let's be unhappy forever 'Cause there's no one in this world That I'd rather be unhappy with Let's be exposed and unprotected Let's see one another when we're weak Let's go our separate ways in the night Like two moths But know that you're flying home to me
I was born thinking It would all be dreamy But I know that I wouldn't be happy That way You wear me out with frustration and Heartache and anger But we wait for the wave to wash it away
Don't say nothing Just sit next to me Don't say nothing, shh Just be, just be, just be
Let's let go together Let us unfold one another And watch all the little things that Once drew me to you Eventually get on my nerves
I wear you out with frustration And heartache and anger But we wait for the wave just to wash it away
Don't say nothing Just sit next to me Don't say nothing shh Just be, just be, just be
When you're sick of the every day When you're tired of my voice When you tell me You'll walk out that door That's when I know that you'll stay
Don't say nothing Just sit next to me Don't say nothing Just be, just be Just don't say nothing Just sit next to me Say nothing Just be, just be, just be
Don't say nothing, shh
Writer/s: GREG WELLS, MATT HALES, PALOMA FAITH
Publisher: BMG Rights Management, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing
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