Mellan oss tv

Det r okarlt ute nu
R det s svrt att frst
Vad var det som gick s fel
Mellan oss tv
Jag r s frusen nu
Jag kan inte knna min sjl
Mitt hjrta har blivit till is
Och nd r det s varmt

Mellan oss tv

Mina krafter har tagit slut
Fr jag lever I en vrld I svart och vitt
Men att f ligga I din famn
R som sol ljus I tusen r
Mina gon r stngda nu
Jag kan inte ppna dom igen
Jag vill sga hur det r
Men jag har ingen rst

Mellan oss tv

Varfr lt vi detta g s lngt?
Var det fr att visa att vi kan?
Eller var det byggt p hat och sorg?
Som vi inte klarat av
Ditt hjrta vill jag ha kvar I vrat liv
Som vi delade nr himmlen var bl
Men nu r det inte lngre ngot vrt
Nu nr det r slut mellan oss tv

Mellan oss tv

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