"Thin Air" as written by Timothy James Rice-oxley, Tom Chaplin and Richard David Hughes....
I can't keep up, you're
Moving too fast,
Deep holes and darkness,
These things will pass.

Dark times and strange places where

When I came to see you
You had nothing to say,
I stood right beside you,
You turned the other way,
I reached out to hold you
And found nobody there,
You turn into air.

Trust me, I want you
Just as you are,
Don't change the things you do,
Just stay as you are.

Dark times and strange places where

When I came to see you
You had nothing to say,
I stood right beside you,
You turned the other way,
I reached out to hold you
And found nobody there,
You turn into air.

Dark times and strange places where

When I came to see you
You had nothing to say,
I stood right beside you,
You turned the other way,
I reached out to hold you
And found nobody there,
You turn into air.


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"Thin Air" as written by Timothy James Rice-oxley Richard David Hughes

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    General Commentbasically that when he reached out for a hand she didn't give him hers...
    farrah0fawcetton January 13, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwell this song wrote by tim rice oxley to tom chaplin
    as he said ,,,,,,,,
    such abeautirul song i love it
    roogenaon June 12, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's about a breaking relationship...
    Wil6on March 23, 2009   Link

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