Finish Line

Album: XX Twenty Years (2011)
Charted: 13
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  • Our time has been running out
    And there ain't no way to catch it now
    Let's say goodbye and walk it out
    Was I hard to love?
    'Cause I just can't seem to find enough
    I think this is the end of us
    Finish line

    Separation, you and me and
    Everything that you say is turning me
    Future's blinding your eyes dying
    Inside your heart is cold

    And I think we should face it
    We've both been complacent
    There's no point tryna save it
    And boy, let's not deny it
    We haven't been trying
    I'm through with all the crying

    Our time has been running out
    And there ain't no way to catch it now
    Let's say goodbye and walk it out
    Was I hard to love?
    'Cause I just can't seem to find enough
    I think this is the end of us
    Finish line

    Long time coming, we've been fronting
    Let's not fake this any longer now
    We should let go, turn back, walk away and
    Leave this all behind

    And I think we should face it
    We've both been complacent
    There's no point tryna save it
    And boy, let's not deny it
    We haven't been trying
    I'm through with all the crying

    Our time has been running out
    And there ain't no way to catch it now
    Let's say goodbye and walk it out
    Was I hard to love?
    'Cause I just can't seem to find enough
    I think this is the end of us
    Finish line

    The light is fading and I'm heading to the darkness, baby
    Memories falling apart
    I can't keep holding, see my arms don't seem to let me
    Gotta use my head not my heart

    Yeah, yeah, yeah (finish line)
    Yeah, yeah, yeah (finish line)
    Yeah, yeah, yeah (finish line) Writer/s: TIMOTHY MCKENZIE, YASMIN SHAHMIR
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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