i want you to feel me you say it's just too far away but i think about it everyday we'll be together every time i awake you seem to disappear it makes me want to sleep at least then i think you're here i don't want to drown in my tears i don't want to hide behind my fears i'm tired of hanging around this place it feels like i'll always be here without you next to me i can't live that way i'm tired of being cold i'm tired feeling old i wish that i would disappear


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