When your body lies next to me
I wonder if you're better than me
I don't think so
I would know so
Your job seems better than mine
'Cause you're at home most of the time
Home is best for you
Lonliness cripples you

On my journey through the mackle and trees
I reflect on the things that we've seen
Our lives now taste foul
We'll mend them somehow
Don't be scared to be on your own
'Cause you as one whole will now grow
In to the real you
Not into me & you

The person I know least is me
Maybe that's the way it should be
Every day passes quickly
When it rains I feel sickly
You should now leave me behind
Shove me to the back of your mind
You know I've been there
No, it's not fair

Some things never change
Some things never change
Some things never change
Some things never change

When your body lies in front of me
I wonder if you're better than me
I think so


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Your Body Lies Lyrics as written by Jaime Brian Harding Anthony Paul Grantham

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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