Still Here

Album: Famous Last Words (2011)
  • You take my money and burn it to the ground
    It's no inferno but it follows me around, and I've got
    Selective memory, forgotten your name
    Now I'm turning myself inside out once again

    And I'll take it one day at a time
    And I'll take it one day at a time

    If you do, if you don't, if you say that you won't
    I'm still here
    Watching you from afar
    Would you stay? If you don't, that's OK
    I'm still here
    Watching you from afar

    You tell my family, I am going blind
    I can't see anything since I've been left behind, and I've got
    No friends, no future, I've got no pension plan
    At my funeral they'll bury just my head in the sand.

    And I'll take it one day at a time
    And I'll take it one day at a time

    If you do, if you don't, if you say that you won't
    I'm still here
    Watching you from afar
    Would you stay? If you don't, that's OK
    I'm still here
    Watching you from afar
    Watching you from afar

    Woo ooh ooh
    Woo ooh ooh

    If you do, if you don't, if you say that you won't
    I'm still here
    Watching you from afar
    Would you stay? If you don't, that's OK
    I'm still here
    Watching you from afar
    Watching you from afar
    Watching you from afar Writer/s: DANIEL KINGHAM, FRANK COLUCCI, JOSHUA WARD, LEE NEWELL, SAMUEL JACKSON, WRITER UNKNOWN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Fintage House Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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