"Dear You" as written by Justin Blythe, Stephen Kent Rector, Derek Stipe and Kevin Stipe....
Is there truth becoming
Away from me
I fear the flames consuming
Could it be I abandoned your side?
When all required was a Word
Dear you, dear you

How could I leave
How could I try
To hide from you what burns inside
The change I've lived
The Love that cried
The part of me that died that night

Well you could be
The undoing of me
I can sleep
Awake at the thought
Of you knowing

Something showing
Truth amidst the lies
Disguise and compromise
And I scream?
Dear you, dear you

How could I leave
How could I try
To hide from you what burns inside
The change I've lived
The Love that cried
The part of me that died that night

Could you see
How much that you mean to me
I'm sorry
I let you slip away
From all that you could be
Why didn't I say
Dear you, dear you

How could I leave
How could I try
To hide from you what burns inside
The change I've lived
The Love that cried
The part of me that died that night

This debt I can't repay
Your memory won't fade
It haunts me everyday
How I walked away


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"Dear You" as written by Justin Blythe Derek Stipe

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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