Days

Album: Portamento (2011)
  • And our days go by
    And I never needed you
    And our days go by
    And I never needed you

    And I worked so hard
    And I killed myself
    And you broke my bones
    And I sold my soul

    And our days go by
    And I never needed you
    And our days go by
    And I never needed you

    And I could have been your other
    And I could have been your sister
    Be your twin brother
    I just wanted to be

    And our days go by
    And I never needed you
    And our days go by
    And I never needed you

    We were just wasting time
    We were just wasting time
    We were just wasting time
    We were just wasting time
    We were just wasting time

    And our days go by
    And I never needed you
    And our days go by
    And I never needed you

    And our days go by
    And I never needed you
    And our days go by
    And I never needed you Writer/s: Jonathan Pierce, Connor Hanwick
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