Away From Me

Album: Life On Display (2003)
Charted: 55 72
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  • Yeah
    Lies

    Look at me now just sitting here by myself
    And I think you found someone else
    Now I'm gonna have to find a way to put the bottle down
    And why can't you see that I'm drowning in a pool of misery

    I'm always afraid
    That you're gone away from me
    I'm always afraid that you're lost in somebody
    I'm always afraid
    That you're gone away from me
    I'm always afraid that you're lost

    So here I am, I don't wanna be by myself
    And I think you're fucking someone else
    Now I'm gonna have to find a way to take the knife out of my back
    And how could you leave me stranded in a closet full of bones

    I'm always afraid
    That you're gone away from me
    I'm always afraid that you're lost in somebody
    I'm always afraid
    That you're gone away from me
    I'm always afraid that you're lost

    Maybe you could let me stay
    Maybe just for one more day
    You could help me stay the same
    Maybe things won't ever change
    Maybe we could taste the rain
    You could all push me out the way

    Now I sit here by myself
    Think about somebody else
    How could you let them take you away from me
    There's somebody else, there's somebody else

    I'm always afraid
    That you're gone away from me
    I'm always afraid that you're lost in somebody
    I'm always afraid
    That you're gone away from me
    I"m always that you're fucking

    I'm always afraid
    I'm always afraid
    I'm always afraid
    I'm always afraid

    I'm always afraid
    I'm always afraid
    I'm always afraid
    Away from me Writer/s: WESLEY REID SCANTLIN, WESLEY SCANTLIN
    Publisher: Capitol CMG Publishing, Royalty Network, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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