Alter the Ending

Album: Alter The Ending (2009)
  • I know that yesterday is gone and it won't come back to me
    But I miss it after all it never really lasts as long as we'd meant for it to be
    There'll be twists and turns to pull at us and tear into the seams
    But I'll meet you where we started once again, 'cause I miss you

    Maybe we were right to carry on, to carry on
    Even when they said we'd be undone
    Take it as a sign, we can still go on, we still belong
    Even when the worst is yet to come

    We're only waiting on the sun to clear away the haze
    'Cause we can't see where we've gone from where we started
    Where we strayed and where we're meant to be
    There'll be ash and dust to bury us but I will keep you clean
    And I'll meet you where we started once again

    Maybe we were right to carry on, to carry on
    Even when they said we'd be undone
    Take it as a sign we can still go on, we still belong
    Even when the worst is yet to come

    And when tomorrow comes and we've shown everyone
    What they can never take away

    Maybe we were right to carry on, to carry on
    Even when they said we'd be undone
    Take it as a sign we can still go on, we still belong
    Even when the best is yet to come

    And when tomorrow comes and we've shown everyone
    What they can never take away
    And when tomorrow comes and we've shown everyone
    What they can never take away Writer/s: CHRIS CARRABBA, BUTCH WALKER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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