Album: Thank You, Happy Birthday (2011)
  • Looking out my window
    Wonder how it came to be

    Feels just like a tempo
    Lifted by a gentle breeze

    Ugly as a suitcase
    I can see it stretch for days

    Hanging on a sunset
    Softly trampled by the rain

    Way too long
    Hold on
    Hold on
    Dead and gone
    So long
    Hold on
    Way too long
    Hold on
    Hold on
    Dead and gone
    So long
    Hold on
    So long
    Hold on

    Looking out my window
    Trying to find a hiding place

    Climb up to the tree tops
    Watch it all just drift away

    Way too long
    Hold on
    Hold on
    Dead and gone
    So long
    Hold on
    Way too long
    Hold on
    Hold on
    Dead and gone
    So long
    Hold on
    So long
    Hold on

    Way too long
    Hold on
    Hold on
    Dead and gone
    So long
    Hold on
    Way too long
    Hold on
    Hold on
    Dead and gone
    So long
    Hold on
    So long
    Hold on Writer/s: BRAD SHULTZ, DANIEL TICHENOR, JARED CHAMPION, LINCOLN PARISH, MATT SHULTZ
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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