A Crime

Sharon Van Etten

To say the things I want to say to you would be a crime
To admit I'm still in love with you after all this time
I'd rather let you touch my arm until you die
Seduce me with your charms until I'm drunk on them
Go home, and drink in bed and
Never let myself be in love like that again

Light a cigarette and think of you and walk away
Turning all the words around in my head I won't say
Because of all these triangles and squares
The memory we seem to share replays
A distant love that plays my records on
Never let myself love like that again
Never let myself love like that again

To say the words I want to say to you would be a lie
By the time I get the courage I am drunk and you are tired
Alone in this basement where I will write these songs
Of things I'll never say to you again but you know why
Never let myself love like that again
Never let myself love like that again
Never let myself love like that again
Never let myself love like that again

Written by: Sharon Van Etten
Sent by Rafael. Revised by Lucas.
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