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Album: Infinite Arms (2010)
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  • Climb the cliff, Tower over all
    And falling water, falling waterfall

    And after all my plans
    They melt into the sand
    Yeah you will be there on my mind through all
    Don't want to understand why you never get older

    It's time to dry off tattered overalls
    Impatient waiting, Way to hide a fall

    And after all my plans
    They melt into the sand
    Yeah you will be there on my mind through all
    Don't want to understand why you never get older

    And after all my plans
    They melt into the sand
    Yeah you will be there on my mind through all
    Don't want to understand why you never get older

    After all my plans
    They melt into the sand
    Yeah you will be there on my mind through all
    Don't want to understand why you never get older

    And after all my plans
    They melt into the sand
    Yeah you will be there on my mind through all
    Don't want to understand why you never get older Writer/s: Ryan Clark Monroe
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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