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Frederick John – You & Me lyrics

Well, well, well
Who’d have know
Your heaven and my hell
A change of tone

I misplaced my faith
Seems I was wrong
I believed in better
For way too long

But now the light is shining through
Our old vision’s blurred
What can I do
I wanted you, you want it all
It feels like there’s a wall between

You and me
That can’t be seen
I think that, you and me
We should leave, separately

Well, well, well
Who’d have seen
Your heaven and my hell
And everything in between
I misplace my love
I lost my way
I looked to tomorrow
And got yesterday

But now the light is shining through
Our old vision’s blurred
What can I do
Reality is crystal clear
And everything I fear about

You and me
Is plain to see
I think that you and me
We should leave, separately

Guitar Solo, repeat chorus



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