Chained

Album: Coexist (2012)
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  • I watched you breathe in
    And I wished you'd stop
    Only for long enough
    Long enough

    It's hard to say

    Separate or combine
    I ask you one last time
    Did I hold you too tight?
    Did I not let enough light in?

    Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh

    If a feeling appears
    If your mind should sway
    It's not a secret you should keep
    I won't let you slip away

    We used to be closer than this
    We used to be closer than this
    We used to get closer than this
    Is it something you missed?

    We used to be closer than this
    We used to be closer than this
    We used to get closer than this
    Is it something you missed?

    Winged or chained
    I ask you would you have stayed
    Did I hold you too tight?
    Did I not let enough light in?

    Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh Writer/s: JAMES THOMAS SMITH, OLIVER SIM, ROMY ANNA MADLEY CROFT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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