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Jen Foster – Broken lyrics

Words & music by Jen Foster

Pieces, falling
Through the sky, I'm wanting
To feel you beneath me
But not like this, believe me
No, I can't wake up, no I can't crash down
To half that's lost and half that's found
I can't believe that you
Would leave me this way
I am broken up into a thousand pieces
You have stolen one, it's a piece I needed
I can't open up, you can't close me shut
I am broken
Pieces, floating
Up off the ground, exploding
I feel you above me
But not like this, don't rush me
'Cause I cannot look, no, I cannot find
The half that's yours and the half that's mine
I can't believe that you
Could leave me this way
I am broken up into a thousand pieces
You have stolen one, it's a piece I needed
I can't open up, you can't close me shut
I am broken
And you stole my heart
Right from the wreckage
Now I can't ever be put back together
Pieces, resting
Upon the ground you're blessing
Can you feel me beneath me?
All over everywhere?
I am broken up into a thousand pieces
You have stolen one, it's a piece I needed
I can't open up, you can't close me shut
I can't open up, you can't close me shut
I can't open up, you can't close me shut



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