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I listened in, yes I'm guilty of this, you should know this
I broke down and wrote you back before you had a chance to
Forget forgotten, I am moving past this, giving notice
I have to go, yes I know that feeling, know you're leaving

Calm down, I'm calling you to say I'm capsized, erring on the edge of safe
Calm down, I'm calling back to say I'm home now and coming around,
I'm coming around
Nobody likes to but I really like to cry
Nobody likes me, maybe if I cry

Spelled out your name and list the reasons faint of heart don't call me back
I imagine you and I was distant not insistent
I followed suit and laid out on my back, imagine that
A million hours left to think of you and think of that

Calm down, I'm calling you to say I'm capsized, erring on the edge of safe
Calm down, I'm calling back to say I'm home now and coming around,
I'm coming around
Nobody likes to but I really like to cry
Nobody likes me, maybe if I cry

Encircle me, I need to be taken down
Encircle me, I need to be taken down
Encircle me, I need to be taken down
Encircle me, I need to be taken down

Nobody likes to but I really like to cry
Nobody likes me, maybe if I cry
Nobody (x9)

Encircle me, I need to be taken down
Encircle me, I need to be taken down
Encircle me, I need to be taken down



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