The Circle Married the Line

  • I know it'll need to go from good to worse
    Living in the past begins the ending first
    All I want is a horizon line
    Get some clarity following signs
    I'll keep on the path that leads up to the clearing
    Keep some distance while the words comes in so near and
    Then I'll head out to horizon lines
    Get some clarity ocean-side

    Realize what you know that you know by now that
    First light was, last light was alright when
    The circle married the line
    First light was, last light was alright when
    The circle married the line

    Even from the way he is near me
    Making me unending teary
    Makes me remember the things that I forgot
    It's as much what it is as what it is not
    In a room sleeping so peacefully
    Fall away from him to be less than lee
    All we need is a horizon line
    Get some clarity following signs

    Realize what you know that you know by now that
    Realize what you know that you know by now that

    First light was, last light was alright when
    The circle married the line
    First light was, last light was alright when
    The circle married the line
    First light was, last light was alright when
    The circle married the line
    First light was, last light was alright when
    The circle married the line

    First light was, last light was alright when
    The circle married the line
    First light was, last light was alright when
    The circle married the line Writer/s: Brian Lebarton, Leslie Feist
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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