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There's nothing left to say when it's over
Could wait another day, but there's no more
So please stop coming back to the matter
Let it be, it will be better

Untie that little string on your finger
And let it swim away in the water
And please resist the urge to dive under
Let it be, it will be better
Let it be, it will be better

CHORUS:
And walk on my friend, walk on
There is no need to linger, let it go
And go on, my friend, go on
And do what you need to
To get you to where you need

There's nothing you can do when you tire
Of things that you once loved, but no longer
So please don't hide the tears with your laughter
Let it be, it will be better

Release the little bird on your shoulder
It's hard now, but it's harder when she's older
And please don't change your mind, she'll go faster
Let it be, it will be better
Let it be, it will be better

CHORUS

BRIDGE:
Hiding under the table
Like I did when I was small and scared
It's a ways away from places I should clearly be instead
I've been busy finding places that exist inside my head

CHORUS



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    UnregisteredNov 28, 2011 at 8:34 am
    Hiding under the table
    Like i did when i was small and scared
    It's a ways away from places i should clearly be instead
    I've been busy finding places that exist inside my head

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