"Just as Lost as You" as written by Benjamin Joseph Ottewell, Ian Thomas Ball, Paul Blackburn, Oliver James Peacock and Thomas William Gray....
When you wake up alone
Could you live without it?
I don't think so
Make a note of the time
When you first think about it
I don't think so

I'm just as lost as you are
Does it make you feel any better?

Your impression of me
Is slowly getting worse
Yeah, I think so but
When the shield went down
I fell under the curse
Yeah, I think so but

I never thought
That you and I could come to this
I left you floating 'cause
You never struck me
As somebody that would ever drown

I'm just as lost as you are
Does it make you feel any better?
Does it make you feel any better?

I'm just as lost as
I'm just as lost as you are

Does it make you feel any better?
Does it make you feel any better?
Does it make you feel any better?
Hope it makes you feel a little better


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"Just as Lost as You" as written by Ian Thomas Ball Benjamin Joseph Ottewell

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