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Ellison – More At Ease lyrics

And I should've never said that even though I thought it before I spoke
And I should've never said that and now I know you don't wanna hear about it
And I should've never said that. It sounded better in my head.
And I should've never said that at all...at all
And I should've never said that so thanks for understanding
And I should've never said that
And if it'll make you feel any better to talk about it
Just don't expect me to do the same
Some of these things I try to forget and talking about it doesn't help
By all means, if it'll make you more at ease to cry a little, let it out
So let's not talk about them because I could care less about what they did
Let's not talk about them
See these conversations on the war of winning so we won't bring them up again
Some of these things I try to forget and talking about it doesn't help
By all means, if it'll make you more at ease to cry a little, let it out...let it out (let it out)
Let it out...
Some of these things I try to forget and talking about it doesn't help
By all means, if it'll make you at more ease to cry a little, let it out...let it out, let it out
Let it out...



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