Vicious Circles

Album: Town Line (2011)
  • If I could walk on water
    Like Jesus did before
    If I knew all the answers
    To keep you coming back for more
    If I could paint a picture
    And then cut off my own ear
    If I chose all the right colors
    Would this just disappear

    Because we run in vicious circles
    Until we're dizzy with this game
    And there's miles and miles between us
    Yet we still remain

    So if I could write a poem
    And find the perfect words
    And then put them all to music
    Just so my voice gets heard

    Because we run in vicious circles
    Until we're dizzy with this game
    And there's miles and miles between us
    Yet we still remain

    So if I could walk on water
    Like Jesus did before
    And if I knew all the answers
    To keep you coming back for more

    Because we run in vicious circles
    Until we're dizzy with this game
    And there's miles and miles between us
    Yet we still remain

    Because we run in vicious circles
    Until we're dizzy with this game
    And there's miles and miles between us
    Yet we still remain
    Yet we still remain Writer/s: AARON LEWIS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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