Happens All The Time
by Cold

Album: Different Kind Of Pain (2005)
  • I still hang on every word
    In a world of faded memories
    Where you're still in love with me
    I can see it in your eyes
    A look as if your major tom has lost control

    I must hold on
    This happens all the time
    I still find my faith in you
    I can't hold on
    This happens all the time
    I still find my way to you

    If the dreams all that I got
    Then I wish you in a fairy tale
    Where you're still in love with me
    I can see it in your eyes
    A look as if your hero fell and lost his soul

    I must hold on
    This happens all the time
    I still find my faith in you
    I can't hold on
    This happens all the time
    I still find my way to youWriter/s: JEREMY D. MARSHALL, RONALD WARD, RONALD WARD, JR., SAMUEL MC CANDLESS, SAMUEL ALAN MC CANDLESS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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