Cast It Out

Album: The Autumn Effect (2005)
  • Casted out
    I'm watching your eyes
    Casting out
    My visions of nine
    Blacking out
    Casted out I'm watching
    Your eyes bleed dry

    Touch with frustrated lips
    Love is like starting over
    With every step
    Engraving the problems of memories

    Casted out
    I'm watching your eyes
    Casting out
    My visions of nine
    Blacking out
    Casted out
    I'm watching
    Your eyes bleed dry

    Drunks on failures regrets
    Letters of silence confess
    Burdens within
    Speaking as loneliness listens
    While hopelessly feeling

    Casted out
    I'm watching your eyes
    Casting out
    My visions of nine
    Blacking out
    Casted out
    I'm watching
    Your eyes bleed dry

    There's a definite pattern
    To our behavior
    Somehow the end draws us closer

    Casting out
    My visions of nine
    Casted out
    Let ten die with time
    Blacking out
    Casted out
    I'm watching your eyes bleed dry

    Blacking out
    Cast it outWriter/s: BRIAN VODINH, JESSE HASEK
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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