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Hawthorne Heights – Screenwriting An Apology lyrics

She called last night still waiting for a reply
This static contact is pulling us apart
Please hang on tight
I'll see you through the night
(YOU) You have me still because I'm breathing
Although it has slowed down
Please don't cry because I'm leaving
I hope I see you soon

Exchange the sunshine for brown eyes and dark skies
Replace this dull life with you
I know it's tomorrow
She's waiting for something to feel alive (ALIVE)

You know me too well
She's sorry and I can tell
Scene missing, fade to black
You're acting all this out again

Just wake me when it's over
When the curtains raise
Its time to move on
Exit now, credits rolling
The girl who stole my heart
The one that got away (one that got away)

You know me too well
She's sorry and I can tell
Scene missing, fade to black
You're acting all this out (AGAIN)
(AGAIN)

You have me still because Im breathing
Although it has slowed down
Please don't cry because Im leaving
I hope I see you soon

You know me too well
She's sorry and I can tell
Scene Missing, fade to black (FADE TO BLACK)
You're acting all this out again



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