Slow Cruel Hands Of Time

Album: Mirage Rock (2012)
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  • The biding of time getting stuck in my mind is a boat to roll
    Two hours later, back in my neighborhood where everything just stalled
    It still looks the same
    They remembered my name, steppin' in for a cup full
    There's a big city man I used to rumble with him back in high school
    The slow cruel hands of time
    Turn you into molten lava, oh my

    A place on the rise you can stop for awhile
    Look-out for the police man
    There's no street lamps, only three buildings and one of them's vacant
    It's taking all day the packs feeling heavy and soon the night
    Backwards down the mountain, the axle is grinding, pull into the wrong drive
    The sky is in the yard
    The stringy cotton candy is the fall
    The slow climb, the hard the fall
    Sometimes I don't want it at all
    I've done this so long
    It's something I ought know so long

    Finally up on the pieces disrupting and the birds fly
    Trapped for a moment, the sheriffs department got the wrong guy
    The towns reveal the law
    Visible wind through the fog
    The slow cruel hands of time
    Turning you back into a child Writer/s: Benjamin Bridwell
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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