Don't Say Anything

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    Why are you so pissed off?
    I can hear it through the wire
    It's late now, why aren't you sleeping?
    Shouldn't you be in bed

    Come on and state your case
    Don't leave me in the dark
    I hear the silence on the line
    Yeah, all those broken parts

    I gave you the part of me
    The only one that you could see
    Tell me it doesn't mean a thing

    Breathe in, breathe out
    Someway, somehow
    Say it all say it now
    Or don't say anything
    All in, all out
    Someway, somehow
    Say it all say it now
    Or don't say anything

    God, I hate this place
    I hate the space between us
    Lost in the grey unknown
    There's still so far to go

    I gave you the part of me
    The only one that you could see
    Tell me it doesn't mean a thing

    Breathe in, breathe out
    Someway, somehow
    Say it all say it now
    Or don't say anything
    All in, all out
    Someway, somehow
    Say it all say it now
    Or don't say anything (Don't say anything)
    Oh, you're the sweetest thing
    Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na
    Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na
    Na, na, na, na

    Why are you so pissed off?
    I can hear it through the wire
    It's late now, why aren't you sleeping?
    Shouldn't you be in bed

    Breathe in, breathe out
    Someway, somehow
    Say it all say it now
    Or don't say anything
    All in, all out
    Someway, somehow
    Say it all say it now
    Or don't say anything (Don't say anything)
    Oh, you're the sweetest thing Writer/s: SIMON WILCOX, JOHN FELDMANN, KELLIN QUINN
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing
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