I Miss You

Album: American Beautiful (2013)
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  • I miss the simple conversations
    I miss the silence in between
    I miss the clatter in the kitchen
    It always seemed to help me sleep
    But most of all, I miss you

    I miss the way that you could move me
    With just a corner of your smile
    The gentle way that you could save me
    With just a want to in your eyes
    But most of all, I miss you

    I know I drew a line in the sand that I can't cross back over
    I know baby you'll be fine
    But if you don't mind I'll never recover
    Never recover

    I miss the way you made me better
    I miss the touch that made me melt
    I miss being wrapped up in you, baby
    Instead of always wrapped up in myself
    But most of all, I miss you

    I know I drew a line in the sand that I can't cross back over
    I know baby you'll be fine
    But if you don't mind I'll never recover
    Never recover

    I miss the simple conversations
    I miss the silence in between
    I miss that little bit of hope
    You might be coming back to me
    But most of all, most of all
    Most of all, I miss you Writer/s: AARON HENNINGSEN, BRIAN HENNINGSEN, CLARA HENNINGSEN, DON POYTHRESS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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