Hang You Up

Album: When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes (2011)
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  • I can not hold this anymore
    My hands are tired of only waiting to let go
    And I am waiting, still

    I used to know which way to turn
    You were a light inside a tunnel in my head
    I try to follow, still
    I try to follow, still

    It's hard to see you, we are older now
    And when I find you, you just turn around
    This is a black and white of you I've found
    I hang you up and then I pull you down
    I hang you up and then I pull you down

    No more apologies from me
    My arms are tired of picking up what I put down
    You're all I think of, still

    I'm gonna miss you everyday
    I turn my back on anyone who won't believe
    And it gets lonely, still
    It gets lonely, still

    It's hard to see you, we are older now
    And when I find you, you just turn around
    This is a black and white of you I've found
    I hang you up and then I pull you down

    I hang you up and then I pull you down

    I get lost sometimes
    Another year flies by
    But I know if I try
    Memories of the light in your eyes
    Can take me back in time

    It's hard to see you, we are older now
    And when I find you, you just turn around
    This is a black and white of you I found
    I hang you up and then I pull you down
    It's hard to see you we are older now (we are older now)
    And when I find you, you just turn around (you turn around)
    This is a black and white of you I found (you I found)
    I hang you up and then I pull you down
    (Pull you down)
    I hang you up and then I pull you down
    (Pull you down)
    I hang you up and then I pull you down
    (Pull you down)

    I don't hear music anymore
    My ears are tired of all the pictures in the words
    'Cause you are in them, still Writer/s: LONGINEU WARREN III PARSONS, RYAN MICHAEL MENDEZ, SEAN MICHAEL WELLMAN-MACKIN, SEAN T. O'DONNELL, WILLIAM RYAN KEY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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