I would’ve given my world to see
You delivering the jailor’s key
I’d give you the credit
And take what went wrong

I would’ve given most anything
To see your lips move but hear me sing
If you had opened your mouth
And spit out my song

Lover you’re forgiven
You have suffered long enough
They’re holding their breath
And I’m calling their bluff
Our love is strong enough

If there were ever a movie made
That outlined my life in some modest way
Line for line
Note for note
And page by page
I’d hope that whoever played your part
Would feel my remorse for that heavy heart
That they would open their mouth
And unyieldingly say
She’d say

Lover you’re forgiven
You have suffered long enough
They’re holding their breath
And I’m calling their bluff
Our love is strong enough

But instead you held the key
Over my head and just out of reach
‘Til any love that used to be
Got wasted on the need for me
To feel as though I can’t break free
I’m not your asshole
I’m not your thief
I thank the Lord I finally was released

Lover you’re forgiven
We suffered for long enough
And they all held their breath
When we couldn’t call their bluff
Our love wasn’t strong enough

Our love wasn’t strong enough
Our love wasn’t strong enough
Our love wasn’t strong enough
No, our love wasn’t strong enough


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