Out Of My Head

Album: All The Pain Money Can Buy (1998)
Charted: 20
  • Sometimes I feel like I'm drunk behind the wheel
    the wheel of possibility
    However it may roll, give it a spin
    See if you can somehow factor in
    You know there's always more than one way
    to say exactly what you mean to say

    Was I out of my head or was I out of my mind?
    How could I have ever been so blind?
    I was waiting for an indication, it was hard to find
    Don't matter what I say, only what I do
    I never mean to do bad things to you
    So quiet but I finally woke up
    If you're sad then it's time you spoke up too

    Was I out of my head or was I out of my mind?
    How could I have ever been so blind?
    I was waiting for an indication, it was hard to find
    Don't matter what I say, only what I do
    I never mean to do bad things to you
    So quiet but I finally woke up
    If you're sad then it's time you spoke up too

    Was I out of my head or was I out of my mind?
    How could I have ever been so blind?
    I was waiting for an indication, it was hard to find
    Don't matter what I say, only what I do
    I never mean to do bad things to you
    So quiet but I finally wake up
    If you're sad then it's time you spoke up too Writer/s: ANTHONY SCALZO
    Publisher: THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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