This song is one of coming-of-age—An age where it’s time to understand your own emotions and not feel the need to apologize for them.
Silently watching you
From afar I can see your light
If I were a mage, I’d cast away
into the other side, into the open sea,
where we could be just you and me
without degree of animosity
We’d find peace in where we’d be
I don’t know, maybe I’m wrong
I love you both and I’m tragically flawed
Apparently radiant in this manicured façade
But the truth is, I am not ready to give you my all
The truth is I am not ready to be your only one
Isn’t it enough to say I love you?
Isn’t it enough to say I care?
Isn’t it enough to say I need you and miss you in my life
Without needing to give you more?
I have confessed all of my sin
The broken pieces are left in my hands
I can’t claim yours when I can barely
withstand the pressure from my own past
Let go the fantasy
that we could be just you and me
I have finally realized what I really need
Let it be enough to say I love you
Let it be enough to say I care
Let it be enough to say I need you and miss you in my life
Without needing to give you more
Let it be enough I told you everything
Let it be enough that you know me well
Let it be enough
Love me enough to let me go
Because I can’t give you more