Out Of Mind

Album: Truth Serum (2013)
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  • Lovers into friends
    Move on to strangers
    Let go, no more us
    Move on, I'm trying

    Denying, saying 'time will heal'
    Keep lying to make me feel
    I'm ok
    So you believe
    I'd forget you
    Seriously?

    Are you kidding me?

    You're out of your, you're out of your
    You're out of your mind to think that I
    You're out of your, you're out of your
    You're out of your mind to think that I
    To think that I could keep you out of mine

    Happy, used to be
    Together, you and me
    Things die, drift apart
    Wait for a new start

    Denying, think you'll fade away
    Keep lying, I can hear you say
    You're in touch with reality
    Baby, I'd say

    Are you kidding me?

    You're out of your, you're out of your
    You're out of your mind to think that I
    You're out of your, you're out of your
    You're out of your mind to think that I
    To think that I could keep you out of mine

    How can you say I'll be alright?
    What makes you think that I'll be fine?
    Baby, you have to be completely out of your
    You're out of your mind
    To think that I could keep you out of mine

    You're out of your, you're out of your
    You're out of your, you're out of your mind to think that I
    You're out of your, you're out of your
    You're out of your mind to think that I
    To think that I could keep you out of mine
    You're out of your mind
    You're out of your mind
    You're out of your mind to think that I, to think that I, to think that I
    To think that I could keep you out of mine Writer/s: Alexander Reuterskiöld, Tove Nilsson
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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