"A love affair with distance" as written by and Joel Vanderuit Darren Cordeux....
I've lost my voice
I've said all I have to say
You're thick as porcelain
As clear as cellophane.
I miss the nervous shake
And miss the way it hurt
The way it killed to think that I had You first...
I had you first

So then I force a smile
I take the stage
Now my knees are weak try to concentrate
I'm loosing air with every single breathe that I take..
I look into your eyes
See the chemicals, you're the whitest white
You've become a ghost
You're dead to me so why can't I let you go?

The phone is like a knife
I drive into my ear
I had a love affair
With distance and with fear
The bus is like a hearse
Driving me from her
She's as black as white
She the perfect curse
She's the perfect curse


And if the walls had eyes, we would never lie, you could come down on me.

And if you saved my life, how could I survive, you're the one that made me

this way

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"A Love Affair With Distance" as written by Joel Vanderuit Darren Cordeux

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