Closure

Album: Evermore (2020)
Charted: 82
  • It's been a long time
    And seeing the shape of your name
    Still spells out pain
    It wasn't right
    The way it all went down
    Looks like you know that now

    Yes, I got your letter
    Yes, I'm doing better
    It cut deep to know ya
    Right to the bone
    Yes, I got your letter
    Yes, I'm doing better
    I know that it's over
    I don't need your closure
    Your closure

    Don't treat me like some situation that needs to be handled
    I'm fine with my spite
    And my tears
    And my beers and my candles
    I can feel you smoothing me over

    Yes, I got your letter
    Yes, I'm doing better
    It cut deep to know ya
    Right to the bone
    Yes, I got your letter
    Yes, I'm doing better
    I know that it's over
    I don't need your closure
    Your closure
    Your closure
    Your closure

    I know I'm just a
    Wrinkle in your new life
    Staying friends
    Would iron it out so nice
    Guilty, guilty reaching out across the sea
    That you put between you and me
    But it's fake
    And it's oh so unnecessary

    Yes, I got your letter
    Yes, I'm doing better
    It cut deep to know ya
    Right to the bone
    Yes, I got your letter
    Yes, I'm doing better
    I know that it's over
    I don't need your closure, closure
    Your closure
    Your closure Writer/s: Aaron Brooking Dessner, Taylor A. Swift
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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