"Seattle" as written by and Lindsay Rae Spurlock Benjamin Heyward Allen....
As you pack your things to leave
I sit and silently scream
'Cause these city walls have been building for years

As you're speaking all of your words
I'm dismissing every one heard
They're going in and out of my ears
As I'm thinking of the wasted years
Yes, I'm thinking of the wasted years

I can't be what you want
No, I won't be what you need anymore

If this were to be
Then it would've happened before
If this were to be
Then it would've happened before
All I'll give is a guarantee
That we will never be

And I think it's time for you to go
We've reached the ending of our show
So, don't kiss me or say a thing
Just get in your car and get moving
Just get in your car and get moving

I can't be what you want
No, I won't be what you need anymore

'Cause if this were to be
Then it would've happened before
If this were to be
Then it would've happened before
All I'll give is a guarantee
That we will never be

And the city is burning down
And these walls are caving in
And our lives are coming down
Down, down, down
To the ground

Stay in Seattle


Lyrics submitted by BleedorBreathe

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