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Emily Browning – Half Of Me lyrics

Where did you go?
Where did you go, my mistery
You left me alone
You left me to drown in misery
I can't feel no pain
I can't feel nothing but memories
So Where are you now?
Why would you want to leave me to
Go sleep in the clouds and dream still shine and down on me
And pieces underneath

Cause half of me is gone
Half of me is gone
Half of me is gone
Half of me is gone

You took my heart
You took the purest part of me
You left me alone
You made me my own worst enemy
Lost in the world
Searching for how we used to be
When you are there
When only you could carry me back to
Where we started
Before I got so brokenhearted
Before you took the best of me

Cause half of me is gone
Half of me is gone
Half of me is gone
Half of me is gone

Baby please wake up
Baby please wake up for me now
Uhhhhh Uh
Uhhhhh Uh

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    I believe that this song is about a broken hearted girl that is shattered into pieces. I would like to think her other half is gone because she sings "baby please wake up". He/she is devastated because of what happened. She expressed her feelings of melancholy and despair to a point where she literally sounds desperate but through her desperation her listeners hears what she is trying to say because she emphasizes on it. Their is a sense of regret in which she sing " take me back to when we first started". She wants to be unmindful of these muting things because as she said they made her into her own worse enemy. These are very powerful words that was sung in the short time span of 3 minutes. I am sure someone out there can relate to this song.
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