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Wake up
Remembering just what she said
Memories of things that never even happened
Run through your head

I keep the shades pulled tight
To let the light in
My eyes have all been closed
Seeing only what if

But when you said goodbye
Is what you meant goodnight
'Til tomorrow
If it's me in your dreams
I'd sleep the day away
Cause when you say goodbye
What I hear is goodnight
So keep it in the night

The fight's in the love and aftermath
And me melting into you
Melting into the place you dreamt last
Don't leave
The fear eats me away
The fear you're dreaming alone

But when you said goodbye
Is what you meant goodnight
'Til tomorrow
If it's me in your dreams
I'd sleep the day away
Cause when you say goodbye
What I hear is goodnight
So don't leave me goodnight

But when you said goodbye
Is what you mean goodnight
'Til tomorrow
Is it me in your dreams?
I'll sleep the day away
But when you say goodbye
What I hear is goodnight
But when you,
You don't let it leave your mind



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