"Not The Hardest" as written by Jack Mcmanus, Stephen Paul Robson, Martin Brammer and Billy Mann....
I never really knew you
I wasn't blind, just mistaken
The secret glance I never saw
The velvet hand, the sharpened claw
And the rain it started in my head
Was days before you left my bed
And soon my life will be declared a travesty

And it hasn't even touched you
Voices getting louder
Don't trust that bitch
She'll kill you with her flowers
And I’m tired of asking why
Put my middle finger to the sky
Something easy shouldn't be so hard
But I’m crumbling apart
So tell me what's the point
Tell me what's the point
When everything comes undone
Maybe letting go is not the hardest part

A marching band plays out of tune
The coffee's mixed with absolut
The pillars on the wall are cracked
And rainbows always fade to black
I sit alone in darkened rooms
And all the scars of weightless bloom
While you're up there in bright lights
You can't see

And it hasn't even touched you
Voices getting louder
Don't trust that bitch
She'll kill you with her flowers
And I’m tired of asking why
Put my middle finger to the sky
Something easy shouldn't be so hard
But I’m crumbling apart
So tell me what's the point
Tell me what's the point
When everything comes undone
Maybe letting go is not the hardest part

Not the hardest part

So tell me what's the point
Tell me what's the point
When everything comes undone
Maybe letting go
Maybe letting go is not the hardest part


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