How deep is all the love that you've received
Is it deep enough to keep you here in this space with me
Could you tell me tell me your first memory
Is it bitter or is it sweet
I hope you find what you've been looking for
Don't go too far I'm forever yours
Please let me follow you to your quiet place
What if I promise not to hurt you
I won't disturb the space that you've created
I will bring roses for your table
But please may I stay
Maybe there's a story that you'd rather hide
But I'll always be ready to listen to yours for all my life
Forgive me when I wasn't kind
But for you my door is always open so come inside
I hope you find what you've been looking for
Don't go too far I'm forever yours
Please let me follow you to your quiet place
What if I promise not to hurt you
I won't disturb the space that you've created
I will bring roses for your table
But please may I stay
Should I ask you questions
Should I leave you be
Should I write you letters
Or set you free
Do I walk beside you or watch you go
If I hold on tighter will I lose more
Please let me follow you to your quiet place
What if I promise not to hurt you
I won't disturb the space that you've created
I will bring roses for your table
But please may I stay
May I stay
May I stay
May I


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