Unstable

Album: Unstable (2003)
Charted: 46
  • I wanted to know, who you really are
    I needed the chance, to stitch up my scars
    I'm closer to you, than I was in the start
    Come dive right in, and tear me apart

    I'm trapped
    And we can't get along
    I thought that I was strong
    We are so unstable

    And me, I'm strung out from your touch
    But I won't give you up
    We are so unstable

    I wanted to learn, about the dark side of you
    You bring me down, like a bottle of pills
    I hate the way that you're making me feel
    I keep coming back, I never get here

    I'm trapped
    And we can't get along
    I thought that I was strong
    We are so unstable

    And me, I'm strung out from your touch
    But I won't give you up
    We are so unstable

    We're so unstable
    We're so unstable

    We're so unstable
    We're so unstable

    I'm trapped
    And we can't get along
    I thought that I was strong
    We are so unstable

    And me, I'm strung out from your touch
    But I won't give you up
    We are so unstable

    I'm trapped
    And we can't get along
    I thought I was strong
    We are so unstable

    And me, I'm strung out from your touch
    But I won't give you up
    We are so unstable

    You're so unstable
    You're so unstable
    You're so unstable
    We're so unstable Writer/s: DAVE DEROO, KRIS KOHLSLAW, MARK CHAVEZ, MIKE RANSOM, TIM FLUCKY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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