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I tried so hard, it's my downfall
Just this one time on my knees
And begging you to trust to what you see in me

So why can't I be honest with you
I've just learned the feeling of the wrong things I do
These voices are great to mend in their own way
But I need you so badly I'm begging to stay
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  Well, it's true, that you
Deserve more than you've asked for 
More than you've asked for
I know that you haven't forgiven me
So I should stop being selfish
And just let you leave

All I wanted is to let go
I tried so hard, it's my downfall
Just this one time on my knees
I'm begging you to trust to what you see in me

Well what am I supposed to say
I promised that I'd quit too but I didn't mean today
These voices are great to mend in their own way
But I need you so badly I'm begging to stay

Well, it's true, that you
Deserve more than you've asked for
More than you've asked for
I know that you haven't forgiven me
So I should stop being selfish
And just let you leave

Is this what you wanted?
Is this what you need?
Caught up in the wrong things
They're catching up with me
Is this what you wanted?
Is this what you need?
Caught up in the wrong things
They're catching up with me
Is this what you wanted?
Is this what you need?
Caught up in the wrong things
They're catching up with me

Who am I supposed to be?
I tried to be perfect, but I just couldn't succeed
These voices are great to mend in their own way
But I need you so badly I'm begging to stay

Well, it's true, that you
Deserve more than you've asked for
More than you've asked for
I know that you haven't forgotten me
So I should stop being selfish
And just let you leave

You're slipping away

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