"The Art Of Eye Contact" as written by and Erik Ron Keaton Pierce....
Away, away, we drift away

I feel it all lately, I wonder if I'm what you need
When I hold you in I feel as if there's less of me

We lay there silent and exchange stares
But still say nothing like it's not there
If I left now, would I miss you when it's too late
If I left now would you hate me today

Stop me from moving
Keep me from the fears that know me best
You know what the truth is
You can have whatever soul is left

While we drift away, away, we drift away
While we drift away, away, we drift away

You know how to pull me in when you feel alone
I'm a sucker for a warm bed, yeah it feels like home
But I still feel empty, my feet still get cold
Anything that makes me whole

We lay there silent and exchange stares
But still say nothing like it's not there
If I left now, would I miss you when it's too late
If I left now would you hate me today

Stop me from moving
Keep me from the fears that know me best
You know what the truth is
You can have whatever soul is left

Stop me from moving
Keep me from the fears that know me best
You know what the truth is
You can have whatever soul is left

But I'll lay here in bed with my heart in my hand
Till you're just as tired as me
When I come to my senses, and you're feeling restless
This will all repeat
But it's okay, you know I'll stay
Yeah it's okay, we'll drift away

Away, away, we drift away

Stop me from moving
Keep me from the fears that know me best
You know what the truth is
You can have whatever soul is left

Stop me from moving
Keep me from the fears that know me best
You know what the truth is
You can have whatever soul is left

But it's okay, you know I'll stay
Yeah it's okay, we'll drift away


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"The Art of Eye Contact" as written by Erik Ron Keaton Pierce

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