Memorials
Lyrics Laurel

Written by: Laurel Arnell-Cullen

Produced by: Laurel Arnell-Cullen, Carassius Gold

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Say you waited for me
Didn't know you did
Oh, say I didn't lie
Cause I didn't
Breaking up, the screaming of our love
I care too much
I care too much

Is it just the way you are?
Is it just the way we are?

He don't, he don't believe me and
My young soul is sold to his heart
He don't, maybe he don't love me, love me
I'll sin with you; it's a ceremony of you only
Now I'm singing memorials

All through my teenage righteousness
I miss you the most
And missing you, really has no purpose
But I still do it
The older I get, the more I learn
That you aren't mine, at the end of time

Maybe it's just the way you are
Maybe it's just the way I am

He don't, he don't believe me and
My young soul is sold to his heart
He don't, maybe he don't love me, love me
I'll sin with you; it's a ceremony of you only
Now I'm singing memorials

I come, open wide for you
No calm collected cause this is overdue

He don't, he don't believe me and
My young soul is sold to his heart
He don't, maybe he don't love me, love me
I'll sin with you; it's a ceremony of you only
Now I'm singing memorials

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