Reckoning Song

Album: The Reckoning (2008)
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  • No more tears, my heart is dry
    I don't laugh and I don't cry
    I don't think about you all the time
    But when I do - I wonder why

    You have to go out of my door
    And leave just like you did before
    I know I said that I was sure
    But rich men can't imagine poor

    One day baby, we'll be old
    Oh baby, we'll be old
    And think of all the stories that we could have told

    Little me and little you
    Kept doing all the things they do
    They never really think it through
    Like I can never think you're true

    Here I go again - the blame
    The guilt, the pain, the hurt, the shame
    The founding fathers of our plane
    That's stuck in heavy clouds of rain

    One day baby, we'll be old
    Oh baby, we'll be old
    And think of all the stories that we could have told Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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