"Spring" as written by Matthew Richard Cheslin, Alexander Thomas Griffen, Johnathan Penney, Gareth John Pring and Daniel Charles Worton....
Could you mind be as shallow
As my five o'clock shadow?
Can things change this fast?

The one that you wanted is past tense
At present my presence no longer makes sense
At present you're too tense

Now I never said I'm the be-all and end-all
But you had to end it all, as soon as you'd seen more
I never said I was worth less or worth less or worth more

Does it have to be this ugly?
It's not like I stole your possessions or money
Things change this fast

The one that I wanted is past tense
At present your presence no longer makes sense
At present I'm too tense

But you'd know it
You'd know it all

Now I never said I'm the be-all and end-all
But you had to end it all, as soon as you'd seen more
I never said I was worth less or worth more


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"Spring" as written by Daniel Charles Worton Alexander Thomas Griffen

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