'Don't you run away Run away When you get tired 'Cause this will slip away Slip away Start a fire That can never be put out Hurry time is running out But don't you run away Run away Before you tell her You love her'
Tell her you love her by Echosmith, written by Graham, Sydney and Noah Sierota and Jeffrey David.
Peering through into Your world now mine Illuminating Now to find The key to latch In the dark Hiding under layers Ancient wallpapers Generations Foundations The same Women endured Loneliness Female company The only cure Gateway To wilderness Built by hands Bound in chains Heart also Only opens from The outside
A time for adventure Blistering cold and heat A time for restoration Distraction, diversion Show me another way Through the thickets Deep immersion A time for shelter Closed cabin Four walls Cocoon To reform Break out In good time Reborn
Love is a many useful thing Use, reuse and repurpose it Toward the betterment Of others One million words Could not portray My love Instead Turn her away Silence and presence Is all that's required For her to know How much