"Sad Song" as written by Niclas Torsten Von Der Burg, Anoo Finn Ananda Bhagavan and Jonas Von Der Burg....
You got your clothes and your books and your empty smile,
You took your time but you're finally out,
Now I can breathe, I can dance, I can run amok,
You think I'm cruel but you know that I'm right,
'Cause we were ordinary, bored and wary of the things we said

It ain't a crime to sing a sad song,
One about love, now that it's gone,
It ain't a crime to sing a sad song,
One about us, now that we're done

You give me wings, give me life when you're not around,
You were no good 'til I left you behind,
You made me gray, just a face in another crowd,
Now I'm alone and I'm one of a kind,
Yeah we were ordinary, quiet contrary to a stormy daze

It ain't a crime to sing a sad song,
One about love, now that it's gone,
It ain't a crime to sing a sad song,
One about us, now that we're done

And I knew that we were wrong,
But you needed me to move you along,
And I know we didn't belong together,
We were ordinary, bored and wary of the things we said

It ain't a crime to sing a sad song,
One about love, now that it's gone,
It ain't a crime to sing a sad song,
(it ain't a crime to sing a sad song)
One about us, now that we're done

It ain't a crime to sing a sad song
One about love, now that it's gone (to sing a sad song)
It ain't a crime to sing a sad song
One about us, now that we're done (to sing a sad song)

It ain't a crime to sing a sad song, one about love
Now that it's gone


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"Sad Song" as written by Jonas Von Der Burg Anoo Bhagavan

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