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Flying my guilt over a quilt Lyrics

Flying my guilt over a quilt by Jason Mraz  

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Flying my guilt over a quilt drain the vain in my head
clean out he red in my eyes to get by
security lines, the x-ray machine
pretend you don’t know me so well
i wont tell if you lie

cry, the droughts been brought up
drink cause you lookin so good in the starbucks cup
i complain, of the company that i keep
the windows for sleeping
rearrange, i'm nobody i'm no laughin now
i'm leaving your town, again
but i'm over the quilt you’ve been spinning
and im up in the air, yeah
but i can see your house from here

if the plane goes down
i'll remember where the love was found
if the plane goes down

damn, i should be so lucky
even only 24 hours under your touches
still i need you so much
i cannot wait to call you
and tell you that i landed somewhere
and hand you a square of this airport
and walk you through the maze of the map
that im gazing at
and gracefully unnamed
and feeling guilty for the look
and the look that you gave me
you make me somebody
still nobody knows me
but not even me can see it yet, i'm

still i'm leaving your town, again
but i'm over the quilt youre spinning
and im up in the air
but i can see your house from here

if the plane goes down
i'll remember where the love was found
if the plane goes down
you go down

black seeds, they tear me open
and supposedly you could crawl right through me
taste these teeth please
and undress me from these sweaters better hurry
cause i'm heating upward bound, now
maybe i'll build a house in the clouds
still i'm tumbling for you
stumbling for the work that i have to do
don’t mean to harm you

no cause i'm leaving your town again
but i'm over the quilt you’ve been spinning round
but i'm up in the air
baby i can see your house from here
if my plane goes down
i'll remember where the love was found
if the plane goes down
i'll remember where the love was found
if the plane goes down
i'll remember where the love was found
if the plane goes down



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