"When It's Done" as written by Graham Fink, Andrew Heringer, Robert Arnett and Marlana Sheetz....
When it's over, when it's done
We'll be older just because
You can break me down, break me down, break me down
When it's colder than I thought
But just to hold you is enough
I won't make a sound, make a sound, make a sound

Give me a speed, I feel sick
Shine your boots, boy this is it
Don't you see, now we're free
We won't have to make believe
I'm not dying before I feel you again
I'm not dying before I feel you again

When it's over, when it's done
Will we know it was enough?
Just to wait around, safe and sound, breaking down
You feel closer than I thought
But consolation of your touch
Oh, don't take me now, take me now, take me now

Give me a speed, I feel sick
Shine your boots, boy this is it
Don't you see, now we're free
We won't have to make believe
I'm not dying before I feel you again
I'm not dying before I feel you again
I'm not dying before I feel you again
I'm not dying before I feel you again


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"When It's Done" as written by Graham Fink Andrew Heringer

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