"Forever" as written by and William Satoshi Nutter....
In my heart is where you are
It's where you'll always be
Staring out across the stars
A perfect memory
It brings me back to your arms,
I feel the warm embrace
Of everything that you were,
You're everything to me

And if I leave you here forever
Forever I would stay
Cause I've been feeling so much better
With every single day
And if I could control the weather,
The clouds and the rain
I know you're part of something deeper,
You're better off this way


You can predict you can't become
Lost in your ways
I miss you most now you're gone
I'll never be the same
I can't hold back when it shows
I'm breaking down to say
I won't forget who you were,
You're everything to me


And if I leave you here forever
Forever I would stay
Cause I've been feeling so much better
With every single day
And if I could control the weather
The clouds and the rain
I know you're part of something deeper
You're better off this way


And if I leave you here forever
Forever I would stay
Cause I've been feeling so much better
With every single day
And if I could control the weather
The clouds and the rain
I know you're part of something deeper
You're better off this way


And now you left me here forever
Forever I will wait
I know someday we'll be together


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    General CommentThis song was actually written about guitarist Will Nutter's Grandfather that died while they were recording.
    Skoobasteve24on July 03, 2010   Link
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    General CommentEasily the best song on their newest album. The meaning is pretty self explanatory, he's reminiscing about an ex girlfriend that let him go and he misses her and is willing to wait for her. It's a very simple but heartbreaking and cute song.
    SamZ15on May 09, 2010   Link

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