"Treasure" as written by John Peter Aston, James Stevenson, Michael Aston, Christopher Hamilton Bell and Peter Risingham....
If I should fail to recognize you
If I can't catch the words you say
It's 'cause my eyes are tired
As I sit and wait for the waking hour
Even though I've tried a voice inside
Says you're deceiving me

Don't tell me you're sorry
Don't tell me your stories
You're under my wing

If I should fall asleep, wake me
If I can't catch my breath, shake me
It's 'cause my eyes are tired
As I sit and wait for the waking hour
Don't you realize it's in your eyes
You're deceiving me

Don't tell me you're sorry
Don't tell me your stories
Don't tell me you're sorry
Don't tell me, let's start again

I've been walking down a crowded avenue
Nobody stares at me, nobody cares who I am

Don't tell me you're sorry
Don't tell me another story
Don't tell me you're waiting
Don't sell me your story

Stay under my wing [Repeat: x3]
Let's start again

Don't tell me you're sorry [Repeat: x1]


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"Treasure" as written by James Stevenson John Peter Aston

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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