Closer

Album: Unguarded (2014)
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  • Far away and feeling sober
    I can keep you closer
    A static constant in my mind
    Conscious cards are on the table
    Our house is so unstable
    But I'm not leaving you behind
    (Into the unknown)
    For now we'll keep it at that
    A little silence takes me back
    (To where I feel home)
    Remember what we've done there
    A place where I can rest my bones

    (Going, going, gone)
    You're moving away from me
    But I feel you closer, I feel you closer
    (Going, going, gone)
    Whatever is left of me
    Will keep me closer to you

    I feel closer, closer, closer
    To you

    I feel closer, closer, closer
    To you

    A little give and take
    Is never bound to break
    The kind of closeness that we keep
    A bond invisible
    Beyond the physical
    As I let you slip away

    (Going, going, gone)
    You're moving away from me
    But I feel you closer, I feel you closer
    (Going, going, gone)
    Whatever is left of me
    Will keep me closer to you

    I feel closer, closer, closer
    To you

    I feel closer, closer, closer
    To you

    I feel miles away
    From being here
    Now is not the time to break away yet
    Miles away
    For being near
    Now is not the time

    Into the unknown
    To where I feel home
    Into the unknown

    I feel closer, closer, closer
    To you

    I feel miles away
    From being here
    Now is not the time to break away yet
    Miles away
    For being near
    Now is not the time Writer/s: Rachel Anne Morris, Thomas Edward Percy Hull
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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