Curse this insatiable weakness of ours That crawls through us ever so slight And dulls our sensations as deep as they are They're born in the blink of an eye
Life deviates from the paths that we're on Flinging us off to the side We find ourselves broken and our friends all gone They're gone in the blink of an eye
Writer/s: ERIC L MILLER
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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