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Willard Grant Conspiracy – I Miss You Best lyrics

Snow blows
Thru the window
All I can do is stumble
Across the uneven floor
Into an unmade bed
I lie awake for hours
I must be afraid of something
All that I own is
Still in boxes
Scattered across the floor

(Chorus:)
I miss you best
I miss you best
I miss you best
Just don't know
What to do
About it

I can still feel your body
Like a bruise
Against my side
Across the great divide
Memory always lies
Everything falls to pieces
Nothing stays the same
I make up the ground rules
For this waiting game

[Chorus:]

She stumbles on nothing
And tumbles into her bed
Pulls the blankets above her chin
And falls asleep with
The nod of her head
And I think
That it's beautiful
Simple pleasures are the best
She's breathing softly
I miss you best

[Chorus:]



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