Borne on the FM Waves of the Heart

  • No (no), it's not what we meant to say (it's not what we meant to say)
    We don't really love each other
    What happens when the summer's over?
    (How long before distance becomes a chore?)
    I'm approaching with great (great) trepidation
    I hope you'll understand

    Before you speak (before you speak)
    Think about what you're trying to say (think about what you're trying to say)
    Who else is there to blame for miscommunication?
    You're getting caught up in the excitement
    (You making promises you can't keep)
    You need to leave all your options open

    Too much momentum
    This room feels like it's going to explode
    Too many angles
    Too many factors to cover
    Waiting for signal
    You're searching for a network
    You have to fight to stay in control of the situation

    Anxiety, anxiety, you give me no mercy
    Grind my teeth smooth and flat in my sleep
    We took some pills to calm us down
    (We needed help to come back up)
    Just trying to stay in control of the situation

    Too much momentum
    This room feels like it's going to explode
    Too many angles
    Too many factors to cover
    Waiting for signal
    You're searching for a network
    You have to fight to stay in control of the situation
    And we fall apart so easily

    Too much momentum
    This room feels like it's going to explode
    Too many angles
    Too many factors to cover
    Waiting for signal
    You're searching for a network
    You have to fight to stay in control
    You have to fight to stay in control
    No, you don't have to fight to stay in control of the situation Writer/s: THOMAS JAMES GABEL
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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