"Sorry" as written by and Thomas Arthur Edward Higham John Mcdaid....
A note you wrote upon the shelf
The frozen air in Silverdale
My heart was breaking by the shore
And I couldn't give you anymore

And I'm still shaking and crawling back again
And all my brothers and all my sisters are gone

I'm sorry that I let you go, I'm sorry that I cared
I'm sorry that the feeling shows and I just wasn't there
I'm reminded of the fool I was
I cut you off and fucked it up again
I'm sorry that I let you go, I'm sorry that I cared

This pillow case smells of you
And time itself stops to prove
And for a moment, nothing changed
And everything stays the same

And I'm still shaking and crawling back again
And all my brothers and all my sisters are gone

I'm sorry that I let you go, I'm sorry that I cared
I'm sorry that the feeling shows and I just wasn't there
I'm reminded of the fool I was
I cut you off and fucked it up again
I'm sorry that I let you go, I'm sorry that I cared

I left the light on so you could see me in the dark
But then it blinded us and left us who we are

I'm sorry that I let you go, I'm sorry that I cared
I'm sorry that the feeling shows and I just wasn't there
I'm reminded of the fool I was
I cut you off and fucked it up again
I'm sorry that I let you go, I'm sorry that I cared


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"Sorry" as written by Thomas Arthur Edward Higham John Mcdaid

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