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Long Distance

This song is by Gretta Ray and appears on the EP Elsewhere (2016).

Sitting alone in a room I'm still new to
Trying to sleep in time zones I'm not used to
Calling your phone and talking to your voicemail
Not feeling alone, we simply made that choice to fail

Don't run from me
Long distance helped me see

Ten thousand, three hundred fifty-two miles away
Don't mean much if your so-called "love"
Has absolutely nothing to say to you
Ten thousand, three hundred fifty-two miles away
On a jet plane, I flew far away from you

Taking my time to take in my surroundings
Seeing the sights of places so astounding
On the fourth of July, we completely lost connection
Let myself cry with no sense of affection

Don't hide from me
Long distance set me free

Ten thousand, three hundred fifty-two miles away
Don't mean much if your so-called "love"
Has absolutely nothing to say to you
Ten thousand, three hundred fifty-two miles away
Was a good thing too

We made it up, then messed it up, then spent so long apart
Just don't say that you cared for me or tried to mend my heart
We made it up, then messed it up, then spent so long apart
Just don't say something's over when it never had a start

Holding a hand yet feeling so uncertain
Turning away, you're just not the right person
I'm turning away, you're just not right

Ten thousand, three hundred fifty-two miles away
Don't mean much if your so-called "love"
Has absolutely nothing to say to you
Ten thousand, three hundred fifty-two miles away
Was a good thing too

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