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Get-Far – The Radio lyrics

Most of the night
I lay still while thoughts ran through my head
Is he still mine
She won't leave him
I don't stand a chance
I'm movin' over
So she can fill this seat
It was never mine
No words can cure me
So I seek help from my friend called the radio

I'm turning up the radio
I don't wanna hear she's back
You told me that you'd let go
Now I have to tell you that
I'm sorry
I'm not willing to settle for half of your heart
I'm sorry
I'm not willing to settle for half of what's mine...

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Meltin' away
Snow in summer
Whisper on a breezy day
All through the rain
Roots grow deeper
Only on a sandy ground
Season is over
So she can take this seat
It was never mine
No words can cure me
So I seek help from my friend called the stereo

I'm turning up the radio
I don't wanna hear she's back
You told me that you'd let go
Now I have to tell you that
I'm sorry
I'm not willing to settle for half of your heart
I'm sorry
I'm not willing to settle for half of what's mine...



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