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Cary Brothers – Supposed To Be lyrics

I never thought I was wrong
I never thought I was scared
But never thought I could care
I always thought with my heart

What was it you said
What was it you said?
About the sun always shining on me?

This is the part where you can come back to me
I was supposed to, you were supposed to be
I was supposed to, you were supposed to be
It's in the silence, it's an attack

Where only lovers can turn
I walk the places alone
A circle into a square
Where you and I took a dare

What was it you said
What was it you said?

About the sun always shining on me?
This is the part where you can come back to me
I was supposed to, you were supposed to be
This is the silence, it's an attack
I was supposed to, you were supposed to be

Come around
Come around
Sometimes everyone lies
Come around
I was supposed to, you were supposed to be
Hold on 'til you find it

This is the part where you can come back to me
I was supposed to, you were supposed to be
I was supposed to, you were supposed to be



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