"Cobwebs and Cables" as written by Christopher Petrosino, Robert Mccurdy and Abir Hossain....
When it rains, I can hear the sound of your voice as it's calling out
Delicate as it hits the ground
Far away but I need you now

And we could be anything
Well, this could be bigger than we know
But these cobwebs turn to cables
As you watch me sink just like a stone
And finally I'm letting go

To the stone, wear the silver ring
Left engraved til the death of me
And I swear it was honesty
But we lie, so just lie for me

And we could be anything
Well, this could be bigger than we know
But these cobwebs turn to cables
As you watch me sink just like a stone
And finally I'm letting go
And finally I'm letting go

When it rains, I hear the sound

And we could be anything
Well, this could be bigger than we know
But these cobwebs turn to cables
As you watch me sink just like a stone

And we could be anything
Well, this could be bigger than we know
But these cobwebs turn to cables
As you watch me think of letting go


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