Gotten

  • So nice to see your face again
    Tell me how long has it been
    Since you've been here
    (since you've been here)
    You look so different than before
    But still the person I adore
    Frozen with fear
    I'm out of love but I'll take it from the past
    I'll let out words cause I'm sure It'll never last

    And I've been saving
    These last words for one last miracle
    But now I'm not sure
    I can't save you if
    You don't let me
    You just get me like I never
    Been gotten before

    Maybe it's the bitter wind
    A chill from the Pacific rim
    That brought you this way
    (that brought you my way)
    Do not make me think of him
    The way he touch your fragile skin
    That hunts me everyday
    I'm out of love but I can't forget the past
    I'm out of words but I'm sure it'll never last

    And I've been saving
    These last words for one last miracle
    But now I'm not sure
    I can't save you if
    You don't let me
    You just get me like I never
    Been gotten before
    Like I never been gotten before

    So nice to see you face again
    But tell me will this ever end?
    Don't disappear

    And I've been saving
    These last words for one last miracle
    But now I'm not sure
    I can't save you if
    You don't let me
    You just get me like I never
    Been gotten before
    Like I never been gotten before Writer/s: ADAM NOAH LEVINE, SAUL HUDSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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