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You Really Should Just Go Lyrics

You Really Should Just Go by Jace Clemson  

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You Really Should Just Go I don't need you to tell me you're sticking around
For what you promised seemed to fade
I can pick myself up off the shattered ground
And everything is not okay
I don't want to see your face in my house anymore
And hear you walk through into life
With every step you make through that frozen door
Could you please not take your time?

It hurts bad enough to wait for you to love me
And I'd rather not have to be patient
If you felt so strongly, why'd you never touch me?
But I'll give you the doubtful benefit
Don't say that you meant to love me, that's just a lie
Something clipped my once full-fledged wings
But I guess we did all we could but we couldn't fly
I'm left here to reflect on broken things
There's nothing left to say to make me feel better
Brought me temporary happiness to indulge me
You wrote me a poem that was lovely, you said was clever
But it didn't do a think for my self esteem
There's something in the air that suffocated life
But of what it is, I don't think we'll ever know
Let's forget we ever even made an attempt to try
If you want to stay, you really should just go

It hurts bad enough to wait for you to love me
And I'd rather not have to be patient
If you felt so strongly, why'd you never touch me?
But I'll give you the doubtful benefit
Don't say that you meant to love me, that's just a lie
Something clipped my once full-fledged wings
But I guess we did all we could but we couldn't fly
I'm left here to reflect on broken things



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