I know you look inside to set the blame.
I've been graced by you.
I know you look inside to set the blame.
I've been graced by you.

So you can't let this go, now I'll fight these forced memories.
So you won't let this go, as you invest your trust in me.

As I reach above, I expect you'll lift your site to me and I can't calm this tide.
You can't step beyond preconceptions set in since your youth.
I'm not the answer you need to bring meaning into your life. But you can't regress.

So you can't let this go, now I'll fight these forced memories.
So you won't let this go, as you invest your trust in me.

As I don't live up to what you ask for, our ties grow weaker. I can't calm this tide.
And I'll reach beyond preconceptions... I need you to know: I'm not the answer you need to bring meaning into your life, still you can't regress.

So you can't let this go, now I'll fight these forced memories.
So you won't let this go, as you invest your trust in me.

It's not your fault. It was my choice.
Why can't you be strong?
It's not your fault. It was my choice.
Why can't you be strong?

So you can't let this go, now I'll fight these forced memories.
So you won't let this go, as you invest your trust in me.
So you can't let this go, now I'll fight these forced memories.
So you won't let this go, as you invest your trust in me.


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