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Transition – A Letter From Dallas lyrics

Why do you act like it's a crime?
I'll pretend that I'm alright when I'm not okay.
Time, it passes us right by,
We're losing it tonight.
When things aren't the way you want them for me.

I miss you,
But whenever I'm gone we'll be singing this miles away.

I'm not afraid of being alone when you deny
I contrive and carefully confide.
Confidence is blind.

You're begging me to stay.
I'm off to make a change.
Everything is silent so we speak louder than you.
A face without a name is all that you remain as I'm walking away.

I'm not afraid of being alone when you deny
I contrive and carefully confide.
Confidence is blind.
We'll make it out alive.
By claiming what's mine as I should after all this time.
I'm leaving you for good.

It's the feeling we get, when you knock us all down.
It's the feeling we just don't need right now.



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