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Me and You

I cant stand the look in your eye 
the one you have for me 
it tastes so bitter 
but so so sweet


a tender kiss 
from an innocent touch
to the extreme
i'l be at your door 
waiting 
with heart bleeding news


(bridge) 
We'l sip our wine 
or gulp it down 
their both the same when its all on the line


standing in each others shoes 
neglecting one another
depending on the booze 
the hope that oneday love will forgive us 
we won't be a fool for long
that day we lost our trust


the aromas are so deceitful 
filling the room 
with all these people 
diamond and candy
are both the same 
when you come from a world 
where love is a game 


these two storied houses 
empty to the bone 
bitter and twisted families 
similar to our own 
arguments that fill the air we breathe
depleting oxygen as we speak  


(bridge)
We'l sip our wine 
or gulp it down 
their both the same when its all on the line


standing in each others shoes 
neglecting one another
depending on the booze 
the hope that someday love will forgive us 
and we won't be a fool for long
that day when we lost our trust


Now, take me back


take me back
take me back 
take me back 
(repeat 3 times) 


And we'l kiss and cuddle till 2am 
my chest on yours 
still feels the same 
this moment's ours 
we'l claim it back 
my heart beats stronger against yours 
say it, believe it, dream it, do it
Im yours, your mine 
we are together for the rest of time

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