Falling Apart

from by Nicholas Wells

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Driving you home from our lunch on a Tuesday
Close to your exit it started to rain
So I’ve pulled us over to wait, just as you say
And I won’t complain

It’s hard to believe that we’re just about over
And all I can do is pretend I’m okay
And reach out my arms and pull you near
Without wiping your tears away

But holding you here as you cry on my shoulder
All that I want is to never let go
Falling apart, yeah we’re both getting older
I’m suddenly somebody new
Who still loves you

I don’t want to go, I just don’t want to lose you
I can’t imagine trying to move on
But who are we now, can we have what we used to
It seems it’s already gone.

But holding you here as you cry on my shoulder
All that I want is to never let go
Falling apart, yeah we’re both getting older
I’m suddenly somebody new

How can I even try to
Say goodbye to the last six years
Or tell myself not to need you
When I’m screaming inside, wondering how did we ever get here

Falling apart, yeah we’re both getting older
I’m suddenly somebody new

Yeah holding you here as you cry on my shoulder
All that I want is to never let go
Falling apart, yeah we’re both getting older
I’m suddenly somebody new
Who still loves you

Driving you home from our lunch on a Tuesday
Close to your exit it started to rain

credits

from Stumbling Forward, released October 6, 2015

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