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Cady Groves – Lullaby lyrics

And my eyes feel heavy
And now my sight gets blurry
And you stay close to the side of me
That I like next to you, next to you
And there's nowhere else that I want myself

Nights that I don't feel alive
You stay awake when I cry
I know I'll never wonder why
Times I won't dare close my eyes
You'll stitch them shut with your own so right lullaby.

You stay posted on my notion
And I don't know that you'll be here
When the sun comes over the moon, over the moon
Words can fall flat in the eyes of your heaven
Just wants to fit in, fit into the eyes of you
In the eyes of you

It's Nights that I don't feel alive
You stay awake when I cry
I know I'll never wonder why
The Times when I don't close my eyes
You'll stitch them shut with your own so right lullaby.

We got proof you can raise the roof on an empty house and let the love come tumbling down

Nights that I don't feel alive
You stay awake if I cry
I know I'll never wonder why
The nights when I won't close my eyes
You'll stitch them shut with your own so right lullaby.

The Nights that I don't feel alive
Well, You stay awake if I cry
I know I'll never wonder why



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