James Vincent McMorrow – One Thousand Times

James Vincent McMorrow – One Thousand Times

I don’t want to live without your love
I had let it go to waste
I don’t want to live without your love
Drag it to an open window
Shred it in a million pieces
I don’t want to live without your love
Funny how we do without everything we trade away
Only in November when it’s cold do we miss the warmth
Every wound ever opened
Take advantage of the summer
Cause if you’re alone, if you’re alone
How can I save you?
I find a way to make your love more complicated
What if I could change, if I could change if you could save me?
So find a way to miss a thousand times
I don’t want to live without your love
Oh, oh
I tell you what you want to hear if
What you want is incomplete
I don’t want to live without your love
I’ve been wondering what to change if
I can look the other way
I seem to remember how it felt to be crushed by something
Walk until you see no water
Just in case it doesn’t appear
Take advantage of the summer
Cause if you’re alone, if you’re alone
How can I save you?
I find a way to make your love more complicated
What if I could change, if I could change if you could save me?
So find a way to miss a thousand times
And I would just sit in my car
Listening to distant alarms go
They seem far, so far, so
Feeling the weight of the world
Nothing compared to the long road
That seems hard, so hard, so
And I would just sit in my car
Listening to distant alarms go
They seem far, so far, so
Feeling the weight of the world
It’s nothing compared to the long road
That seems hard, so hard, so
Cause if you’re alone, if you’re alone
How can I save you?
I find a way to make your love more complicated
What if I could change, if I could change if you could save me?
So find a way to miss a thousand times

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