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Sometimes I wonder if everything changed how would we make out!
And now suddenly thunder and everythings changed there's this big dark cloud!
Hovering!

CHORUS:
Hovering, hovering, hovering!
(You always said that we'd make it through)
Troubling, stumbling, fumbling
For the words to say that I'm leaving you,
I'm leaving in you.

We go through the motions like everythings settled but it's inside out,
And it makes us uncomfortable
Still holding on when there's all this doubt! Hovering!

CHORUS:
Hovering, hovering, hovering!
(You always said that we'd make it through)
Troubling, stumbling, fumbling
For the words to say that I'm leaving you,
I'm leaving in you.

BRIDGE:
And maybe were just older,
Just a little older,
Cuz just the fact that this is over,
The fact that this is over with you!

CHORUS:
Hovering, hovering, hovering!
(You always said that we'd make it through)
Troubling, stumbling, fumbling
For the words to say that I'm leaving you,
I'm leaving in you.

CHORUS:
Hovering, hovering, hovering!
(You always said that we'd make it through)
Troubling, stumbling, fumbling
For the words to say that I'm leaving you,
I'm leaving in you.

(You always said that we'd make it through)
(You always said that we'd make it through)



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