Circadian

Album: This Loud Morning (2011)
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  • Who's to say you're never wrong
    Who's to say that I'm not already gone
    Who's to say the time inside your head
    Keeps running on and on and on and on

    Who's to say we'll make it through
    Starting to believe that what we think is never true
    And who's to say the rhymes beside your bed
    Will keep you warm when everything is getting colder
    And I'm just holding on until it's over

    Mayday
    Somebody save me now
    I'm closing my eyes
    'Cause once the sun rises
    It's out of my hands
    It's out of my hands

    Who's to say this history
    Isn't only just some winter's distant memory
    You can't escape this drying ink
    The fall of who we are is getting closer
    And I'm just holding on until it's over

    Mayday
    Somebody save me now
    I'm cutting all ties
    From the world outside
    'Cause it's over my head
    It's all coming undone
    And falling apart somehow
    I'm closing my eyes
    'Cause once the sun rises
    It's out of my hands
    Oh it's out of my hands

    The light pulls me under
    And I keep on caving in

    Mayday
    Somebody save me now
    I'm cutting all ties
    From the world outside
    'Cause it's over my head
    My head
    My head
    It's all coming undone
    And falling apart somehow
    And I'm closing my eyes
    'Cause once the sun rises
    It's out of my hands
    Oh it's out of my hands Writer/s: DAVID COOK, DAVID HODGES, NEAL TIEMANN
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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