There's nothing to say
And nothing to see
'Cause this isn't happening
It's just a bad dream
It's harder to stay
And hard to leave

Goodbye to your hands
Goodbye to your eyes
It's been hard to see you
Behind your disguise
You're three stories tall
You're nothing at all

And I watch us fade
Watch our love run out of water
But I see you
Feel you in my mind
'Cause in my desert there's a spring
Sometimes

I'm crying real tears
You're telling real lies
Well, I'm not your universe
What a surprise
You're digging a hole
I'm crawling in slow

There're too many thoughts I've told to the mirror
And just 'cause I'm broken
Won't make this more clear
The red is still green
And I am still here

And I watch us fade
Watch our love run out of water
But I see you, feel you in my mind
'Cause in my desert there's a spring
Sometimes

Now you're even
And a nickel costs a dime
Now you're even
As you watch my fruits start rotting off your vine
Now you're even
As you hang my love out to dry

So give me a break
So give me some grace
I'm still hanging onto your fast getaway
How long does that take?
How long does that take?

You say you're beyond the woman I am
I didn't expect you to leave like a man
You're three stories tall
We're nothing at all

And I watch us fade
Watch our love run out of water
But I see you, feel you in my mind
I see you, feel you in my mind
I see you, feel you in my mind
'Cause in my desert there's a spring
Sometimes


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