Album: Collective Soul (1995)
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  • I think her gun's unloaded now
    I guess tomorrow will be after all?
    Who made me judge and jury here?
    It seems I'm bearing witness to her fall
    I don't know why she cries to me
    (She keeps her pain as company)
    'Cause it's only time before we all must bleed
    Mirrors of her memory
    Reflect nothing with each word she says
    Her views have got me spinning 'round
    I think she's burning alters in her head Writer/s: ED ROLAND
    Publisher: Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • AnonymousDid he save the girl?
  • Zero from Nowhere, NjYeah, it sounds kinda AC/DC-esque.
  • Patrick from Humboldt, IaThis song starts in on such a sweet riff.
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