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Mary Onettes – Still lyrics

Too much thinking, where, where do I start?
Long black nights and we could never keep it alright.
Always breaking through another lie.
Too much waiting, tell me if I ever come back.

I could still hear the noise from the heart that kept
Me up all night.
I could still hear the noise from the thoughts that
Kept me there.
I can still hear the noise tonight.

Two hearts beating here, I will go far.
Still I can't stop asking how we all get loved.
And words keep running through my mind;
What about the world I never found?

Bring me down to where you are,
Can't stop listening to all the things you say.

I could still hear the noise from the heart that kept
Me up all night.
I could still hear the noise from the thoughts that
Kept me there.
I can still hear the noise tonight.

I can still hear the noise tonight. (x2)

Take me through the days, days with you are taking me
Away
From all the pain, let me use you where you are

I could still hear the noise from the heart that kept
Me up all night.
I could still hear the noise from the thoughts that
Kept me there.
Take me through the days, with you. (x2)



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