Open Sky,
Through the window
I see
The world outside
Nothing feels my mind
Except the thought
That you might
Put your hand in mine
It’s not a question
This is the answer
You don’t deny me
You won’t remember

Memories
Waste away
Cause I’m sinking down
I’m falling apart
The words that i say
Straight from my heart
It’s all the same
You don’t take the blame
I’m touching the ground
As you hear me say
Don’t walk away from me

Open Sky,
Through the window
I see
The world outside
Nothing feels my mind
Except the thought
That you might put your hand in mine
It’s not a question
This is the answer
You don’t deny me
You won’t remember

Memories
Waste away
Cause I’m sinking down
I’m falling apart
The words that you say
Are a gun to my heart
It’s all the same
You don’t take the blame
I’m touching the ground
As you hear me say
Don’t walk away from me

Stay with me
Stay with me
Don’t walk away
Stay with me
Don’t walk away
Stay with me
Don’t walk away
Don’t walk away
Stay for the rest of your life
Don’t walk away
Don’t walk away
Stay for the rest of your life
Don’t walk away
Don’t walk away
Stay for the rest of your life
Don’t walk away
Don’t walk away

Memories
Waste away
Cause I’m sinking down
I’m falling apart
The words that you say
Are a gun to my heart
It’s all the same
You don’t take the blame
I’m touching the ground
As you hear me say
Don’t walk away from me

Straight to my heart
And its all the same
Straight to my heart
It’s all the same
It’s all the same


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    Awesome Song i wish i new where to get their new songs

    Scarfazeon January 20, 2009   Link

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