"Fragment" as written by and Anna-lynne Williams....
If I lean, if I lean in
So close to you
Can I breathe, can I breathe
I don't know so far from home

I'm tired of, I'm tired of being
Cautious oh it aches and
The only thing cautious now's
My hand not to break you

I cannot promise any of the things I want to
But I could not want this
Any fragment more than I do

I don't know, I don't know how
To read what you give me
Say "I'm tired, I'm tired of being lonely"
Spell it for me

If I lean, if I lean in
So close to you
I want to know there's no space
Between me and you

I cannot promise any of the things I want to
But I could not want this
Any fragment more than I do

Oh, what to call this
Tell me how I'm supposed to touch you
I could not want this
Any fragment more than I do
And you could not want this
Any fragment more than I do


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"Fragment" as written by Anna-lynne Williams

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    General Commenttheres a mistake in the lyrics here, its ...any fragment..., not ...fragment any more...
    i love this song. it speaks how her love is greater than his. how she cherishes what they have, regardless of what it may be, even if its not real or lasting.
    becomeheron September 19, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHer love isn't necessarily greater than his, but her power and the passion she possesses is. She's being cautious about not breaking him because she is impetuous and not sure if she will still want him after she has had him.
    misssonyabon October 05, 2015   Link

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