Album: Bitter Rivals (2013)
  • If you're sure you'll be
    Show me a way
    That's it, come now
    I saw it just once you said it
    The one has run
    If you start to learn how to rise
    I can go that high
    If you start to run out of words
    Talk to me this time

    The thing you swore was wonderful
    I felt the rise with bad lies
    The thing you swore was wonderful
    I felt the rise with bad lies

    [Chorus]
    Never could've known if you ever go because
    Say that you love and you'll never love
    Never could've known if you ever go because
    Say that you love and you'll never love

    When their heads are turned don't say it
    Not if you come down
    Just a joke in the wind against all your family
    When we teach a love
    When you smile and you fell apart
    I cannot fix that
    That's your debt and you have to pay it
    Just to have good fun

    The thing you swore was wonderful
    I felt the rise with bad lies
    The thing you swore was wonderful
    I felt the rise with bad lies

    [Chorus]
    Never could've known if you ever go because
    Say that you love and you'll never love
    Never could've known if you ever go because
    Say that you love and you'll never love

    And I could make him see
    And I could make him see
    And I could make him see
    Until you're feeling alright
    And I could make him see
    And I could make him see
    And I could make him see
    Until you're feeling alright
    And I could make him see
    And I could make him see
    And I could make him see
    Until you're feeling alright
    And I could make him see
    And I could make him see
    And I could make him seeWriter/s: DEREK MILLER, SYDNEY ALEXIS KRAUSS
    Publisher: SONGS MUSIC PUBLISHING
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