BTOB – ABOUT TIME


Oh my dear, are you leaving me? Please, why are you leaving?
Oh my dear, don’t forget me, please

Met my friends for the first time in a while for a drink
Didn’t know time was passing, drinking, then I exploded
I should be fine but why why why
The star stuck in the middle of my heart is so bright
That it hurts more at night
My heart is still covered with black magic
It’s hard to erase you but it’s so easy to write about you

Our shy first date, first kiss
They blow over to me with the wind, my dear
Your voice that softly whispered
I can’t forget

Oh my dear, are you leaving me?
I didn’t do anything for you yet, why are you leaving?
Oh my dear, don’t forget me, please
Back to the times where we felt nothing

Don’t go, don’t go
Back to the times where we felt nothing
Don’t, don’t say it
Back to the times where we felt nothing

Who cares if it’s the long way?
We just took the wrong path
How much longer are you going to be turned away?
I feel like I’ve been left alone
They say time is medicine but I’m a special case
The more time passes, the more impatient I get
I keep coughing for no reason
I open my eyes then I go back to sleep
I’m so depressed, all day
Why

In the passing wind, in the passing time
You are deeply embedded, my dear
I can’t erase the image of us
On the last day

Oh my dear, are you leaving me?
I didn’t do anything for you yet, why are you leaving?
Oh my dear, don’t forget me, please
Back to the times where we felt nothing

I wish I had control of time like ‘Doctor Strange’
Then I’d go back to the first time
We exchanged kisses and hugs on our first night together
I’d keep it on pause to stay in that moment forever
But girl

Time keeps running away, taking the memories too
Can’t we be more? Where are you?

Oh my dear, are you leaving me?
I didn’t do anything for you yet, why are you leaving?
Oh my dear, don’t forget me, please
Back to the times where we felt nothing

Don’t go, don’t go
Back to the times where we felt nothing
Don’t, don’t say it
Please

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