Need Them Anymore

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 I can't let go
Just yet
There are eight long years of memories
I'm not willing to forget
And maybe it'd be better if I just let them all go
But I hold on to those memories
Cause I can't hold you anymore.


And it's hard now
To move on
Cause when I wake up in the morning
I forget that you're gone.
And I wonder if you're out there, missing me too
Babe, I still wear your shirts to bed
Because they still feel like you.


There's a space in the bed where you used to lay
There's a hole in my home where you used to stay
You won't pick up your things that you left behind
They're like me, laying out on the floor
They're like me
You don't need them anymore.


They day you left me
Was as cold as the morning frost
And I tell everyone that it's me who's gone
And that it was worth the cost
But the truth is that if you came walking through the door
I'd take you back
But you don't need this anymore.


There's a space in my bed where you used to lay
There's a hole in my home where you used to stay
You won't pick up your things that you left behind
They're like me, scattered on the floor
Oh, they're like me
And you don't need them anymore.


A stack of mail and your shirts are all that's left
Of our love, that's all I get
To remember you by


They're like me, laying out on the floor
They're like me
You don't need them anymore.


There's a space in my bed where you used to lay
There's a hole in my home where you used to stay
You can't have back your things that you left behind
They're like me,
Oh they're like me,
You don't need me anymore.

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