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The Civil Wars – Eavesdrop lyrics

I don't want to talk right now
I just want your arms wrapped around
Me and this moment before it runs out

Oh, don't say that it's over
Oh, no, say it ain't so
Let's let the stars watch, let them stare
Let the wind eavesdrop, I don't care
For all that we've got, don't let it go
Just hold me

I can't pull you closer than this
It's just you and the moon on my skin
Oh, who says it ever has to end

Oh, don't say that it's over
Oh, no, say it ain't so
Let's let the stars watch, let them stare
Let the wind eavesdrop, I don't care
For all that we've got don't let go

Let's let the stars watch let them stare
Let the wind eavesdrop I don't care
For all that we've got don't let go
Just hold, just hold me
Just hold me
Just hold me
Just hold me



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