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(You, you)

Him and her
Life is turned
The day I knew you would leave
I can barely breathe
Can you hear me scream?

You, thrown in all directions
You, epitome of perfection
She's lost her will
(She's lost her will)
Time is standing still

He walks her home
Now he walks alone
The days they turn into years
The eyes they drown in tears
Can you hear me scream?

You, thrown in all directions
You, epitome of perfection
She's lost her will
(She's lost her will)
Time is standing still

The way we are
The way we were
(It's just a shadow of what's wrong)
The time with you
The time is stirred
(I loved you for so long)
The hearts they turn
They turn away
(She says to go, please don't you cry)
Love lost was found
Night turns to day

You, thrown in all directions
You, epitome of perfection
She's lost her will
Time is standing still

You, thrown in all directions
You, epitome of perfection
She's lost her will
(She's lost her will)
Time is standing still

(You, you, you)

Time is standing still



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