I've seen something new
Seems that it's in you
Now there's something I must do
There's so much more

To forgive you for
My lips unread
I'll try something new
Open up to you

What more can my conscious do
There's so much more
To forgive you for
Speak to me

Nothing will help more than your honesty
Give to me
Knowledge that I can show so sympathy
Speak to me

Speak to me
Broken into two
Once torn now made new
The first time

I'm embracing you
So much more to forgive you for
There's so much more
To forgive you for

But nothing said
My lips are read
Speak to me
Nothing will help more than your honesty

Give to me
Knowledge that I can show so sympathy
Speak to me
Speak to me

There's so much more
To forgive you for
But nothing said
My lips are read

Speak to me
Nothing will help more than your honesty
Give to me
Knowledge that I can show so sympathy

Speak to me
Speak to me


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