Catching Fire

Album: Order In Decline (2019)
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  • I never told you how I felt
    Though I thought I'd said it all
    And I never knew you needed help
    Well, 'cause you always seemed so tough

    But now I'm here alone
    Without you by my side
    If only I had known
    That you kept it all inside
    Now I'm trying to understand
    Just trying to find a way
    But forgive you I just can't
    It's all just to much for me to take

    And if I failed you, well I swear I tried my best
    But now you're gone, so all your tears can lay to rest
    Just so you know
    You meant the world to us, I know that it's too late
    And all I want's another chance, I can't accept that you have left

    Look at all this damage done
    Are you happy with yourself?
    We thought the best was yet to come
    And I thought I knew you oh so well

    And the days just go by
    Like the moment seems to last
    Like catching fire
    All is gone, and it all went up so fast

    And if I failed you, well I swear I tried my best
    And now you're gone, so all your tears can lay to rest
    Just so you know
    You meant the world to us, I know that it's too late
    And all I want's another chance, I can't accept that you have left
    That you have left

    And if I failed you, well I swear I tried my best
    But now you're gone, so all your tears can lay to rest
    Just so you know
    You meant the world to us, I know that it's too late
    And all I want's another chance, I can't accept that you have left
    That you have left Writer/s: Deryck Whibley
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Sum 41 FanI'm sorry for what you went through. I'm going through almost the same situation.
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