"Live Without" as written by and Drew Malcom Wootton Myles Peter Wootton....
you don’t tell me we don’t talk no more
feels like a lifetime on an endless chore,
I had it coming, I could tell by the guilt that she wore,
if there were noises in the night coming from my door,
he wont be knocking til that sounds no more.
we had a chance and a plan to restore.

you scraped his body down to it's core
you had me hearing voices that were loud as a war
you were the face that would come tumbling down with it all
we took a corner round an unknown ridge
a conversation by the unused bridge
he had no face at all
I had to dig a hole or swim

and now I just won't fight
I ain't gonna battle no more
I have tried to weather that storm
now it's calm and it's clear and it's never gone

did you ever have a moment of doubt?
I'm living here alone and this is still it's a crowd
I'll never work you out
but how can I forgive, now I have to live without

I was looking back at every face in the street
screaming at the shadow with a howl of defeat
I admit I have some troubles keeping my feelings discrete
now this memory that I keep well it's not one I've show
creeps like a fever and it bleeds on it's own
and what has died in it's sleep is better if it's left alone

and now I just won't fight
I ain't gonna battle no more
and now I just won't fight
I ain't gonna battle no more
I have tried to weather that storm
now it's calm and it's clear and it's never gone


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