Time Marches On

Album: This Loud Morning (2011)
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  • I never thought
    I'd see myself down here
    In the same damn place
    With the different year
    Well the lines on my face
    Never looked so clear
    I swear

    You were six feet in
    On a one way street
    When you gave into love
    With my heart on the sleeve
    In a world full of pearls
    And an endless sea
    You were all that I needed
    All I needed

    Time marches on
    Right or wrong
    Never waits for no one new
    Can't turn it off
    We'll make it through
    As time marches on without you

    If you knew then what
    You know right now
    Would you've packed your bags
    And left this town
    'Cause I'm still here
    With my heart on the ground
    This was the last thing I needed
    All I needed

    Time marches on,
    Right or wrong
    Never waits for no one new
    Can't turn it off
    We'll make it through
    'Cause time marches on without you

    I never thought
    I'd see myself down here
    In the same damn place
    With a different year

    Time marches on,
    Right or wrong
    Never waits for no one no
    Can't turn it off
    We'll make it through
    As time marches on without you

    Time marches on without you
    Time marches on,
    Time marches on without you Writer/s: DAVID COOK, MARTIN H. FREDERIKSEN
    Publisher: SANDS MUSIC CORP.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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