"Talk Like Strangers" as written by Joshua B. Clayton-felt and Michael B. Ward....
I can't help but feel a little ill
When I think that you might be
With somebody else
I know that if he's giving you your fill
You won't find the need or time to call me
And I can't help but act a little strange
After all this time we don't mean nothing
You held me close and cried on holidays
Now you don't find the need or time to call me
No you don't find the need or time to call
Don't say that it's not true

Please don't lie to me I wouldn't lie to you
And don't be surprised when we do
Talk like strangers

I don't understand if it is true
It's all in the past now you've forgotten
And if this is all that it means to you
You won't find the need or time to call me
And I won't try to make you feel the same
Pain rolls off you quicker every minute
Now I don't even want to hear your name
Cause you don't find the need
Or time to call me
No you don't find the need or time to call

Don't say that it's not true
Please don't lie to me I wouldn't lie to you
And don't be surprised if I'm not willing to
Talk like strangers

We talk like strangers
We talk like strangers
We talk like strangers
I don't want to talk like strangers anymore

Deep End

Somewhere in the world
It's three a.m.
And I'm dancing to
That broken record again
I hope she shows
Before I fall
Why does she only overflow
At curtain call

I wouldn't wish it on you
I wouldn't wish it on you
But I want to dive into
Into the deep end, in over my head
Into the deep end, in over my head

I want to be taken
By surprise by you
And I've got to stop having these dreams
You could never live up to
I've painted myself
Into a corner again
You know I've been here once before
But I can't remember when

I wouldn't wish it on you
I wouldn't wish it on you
But I want to dive into
Into the deep end, in over my head
Into the deep end, in over my head

What was my escape is all that I have left
The further you go the deeper it gets
And if I don't get out I will probably drown
'Cause the water is sweet when it's going down

I wouldn't wish it on you
I wouldn't wish it on you
But I want to dive into
Into the deep end, in over my head
Into the deep end, in over my head

Into the deep end, in over my head
Into the deep end, in over my head


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"Talk Like Strangers" as written by Michael B. Ward Joshua B. Clayton-felt

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