The Air That I Breathe

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Maroon 5 is an American pop rock band from Los Angeles, California. While they were in high school, lead vocalist and guitarist Adam Levine, keyboardist Jesse Carmichael, bass guitarist Mickey Madden, and drummer Ryan Dusick formed a garage band called Kara's Flowers and released one album in 1997. After a brief period they re-formed with guitarist James Valentine, and pursued a new, more pop-oriented direction as Maroon 5. In 2002 they released their debut album Songs About Jane, which contained four hit singles: "Harder to Breathe", "This Love", "She Will Be Loved" and "Sunday Morning"; it also enjoyed major chart success, going gold, platinum, and triple platinum in many countries around the world. more »


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People never change
They seem to stay the same
They wear different clothes
But play the same games

Many different ways
To say the same thing
Searching for the right words
The ones that would make you stay

Exchanging the way things were
For they way that they should be
Yeah
And choosing theses words
Is saying to her
The things that she never heard
But always deserved

I figured what it is all about
It's you that I could never live without
Your everything,
The air that I breathe
Stupid not to know it all along
And everything I ever did was wrong
Sadly it's too late for sorry

Oh I'm not even really sure
Who made this mess
And who threw what punch
But I could not care less
All I know is that I'm here
And you are not, oh
Once I put this wasted pride aside
Nothing's all I got, oh

Exchanging the way things were
For they way that they should be, yeah

And choosing theses words
Is saying to her
The things that she never heard
But always deserved

I figured what it is all about
It's you that I could never live without
Your everything
The air that I breathe
Stupid not to know it all along
And everything I ever did was wrong
Sadly it's too late for sorry

Oh
Somebody make it stop
Yeah
And pick me up
And just dust me off, oh
The rainy day flood
Will drowned all this love
Trapped at the bottom now
Please dig me up

I figured what it is all about
It's you that I could never live without
Your everything
The air that I breathe
Stupid not to know it all along
And everything I ever did was wrong
Sadly it's too late for sorry

I figured what it is all about
It's you that I could never live without
Your everything
The air that I breathe
Stupid not to know it all along
And everything I ever did was wrong
Sadly it's too late for sorry

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Written by: ADAM LEVINE, JAMES VALENTINE, JESSE ROYAL CARMICHAEL, MICKEY MADDEN

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