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Christmas In Toronto Lyrics

Mariah the Scientist
[Verse 1]
The flight back to Atlanta is usually the best, but
Only when I don’t have to leave you alone in this bed, I
Gather my things and lay a kiss on your forehead then I
Start to believe that my heart still beats in my chest
When I know that it doesn’t, when you know I feel nothin’
When everyone around except you wasn’t judgin’
Now what hurts me the most is that you couldn’t be trusted
And the world will deal with men like you who won’t do it justice, but

[Pre-Chorus]
You made me see this world in, new colors, a new lens
And I’ll fadе back to black in the end
But when I’m alonе tonight, baby, I won’t have to pretend
[Chorus]
We spend Christmas in Toronto, woke to the most handsome face
Made memories no Audemars Piguet cannot replace
And it was sweet release, the most bitter taste
Met your mother, she has the sweetest embrace

[Verse 2]
But wouldn’t it be nice if I could put my feelings aside?
Wouldn’t it be nice if I hadn’t let you eat me alive?
And you can say that you don’t miss me, but I won’t listen
‘Cause I always find myself reminiscin’
You say that you don’t want this, what do you want then?
‘Cause we done been around the sun and you and I still on the run

[Pre-Chorus]
You made me see this world in, new colors, a new lens
And I’ll fade back to black in the end
But when I’m alone tonight, baby, I won’t have to pretend

[Chorus]
We spend Christmas in Toronto, woke to the most handsome face
Made memories no Audemars Piguet cannot replace
And it was sweet release, the most bitter taste
Met your mother, she has the sweetest embrace

[Verse 3]
Wouldn’t it be nice, if we could both
Share a piece, then we’d be whole
Sometimes these feet get cold
Could use a hand for me to hold
‘Cause all I know is we’re better together
Thick or thin and I’m sold, I’m down with whatever
‘Cause if this world were mine, let our worlds combine
Then we could be leaders for boys and girls alike

[Pre-Chorus]
And you made me see this world in, new colors, a new lens
And I’ll fade back to black in the end
When I’m alone, alone

[Chorus]
We spend Christmas in Toronto, woke to the most handsome face
Made memories no Audemars Piguet cannot replace
And it was sweet release, the most bitter taste
Met your mother, she has the sweetest embrace

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