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I can use my head again
I always suffered then
My heart is stolen, let it show
But I'll run forever more
You know there's not a soul alive
Who understands you like I do
It's okay my love, no need to explain

There's nothing to say
Your eyes said it all, all, all (All, all, all...)
I'm not looking away
Your eyes hold everything, everything
Mmmm

We should learn to breathe again
Before we suffocate
All this talk but even then
We ex-communicate
I've never known another love
Who looks at me the way you do
And sees the light,
The dark,
The truth
And my real name
You know there's not a soul alive
Could understand you like I do
Its okay my love, no need to explain
Oh

There's nothing to say
Your eyes said it all, all, all (All, all, all...)
I'm not looking away
Your eyes hold everything, everything

There's nothing to say
Your eyes said it all, all, all (All, all, all...)
I'm not looking away
Your eyes hold everything, everything

They told everything, everything
Ohhh



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