Have We Lost?

Album: none yet (2008)
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  • Please don't tell me any more
    There's a weight in your eyes
    And it weighs on my heart
    Where have the children gone
    We were innocent once
    But that was so long ago

    Have we lost our way back home
    We have made mistakes I know
    I know

    Don't tell me of better days
    There's a memory I have
    Could be something I read
    Of laughter and cheap guitars
    In a house full of friends
    Could've been one of ours
    They stayed up and loved the stars
    Can't remember the rest
    Just a few parts

    Have we lost our way back home
    We have made mistakes I know
    I know

    I think they lost something that they miss
    I wanna find that book
    Dust it off and read it again
    There was hope in the end

    Have we lost our way back home
    We have made mistakes I know
    I know

    We were braver still when we were young
    And when we were young
    We spoke in tongues Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Jessie from Dc, DcIt seems to have a religious tone too, I think it is about growing apart from God, they're a christian band and they talk about dusting off that book. Im assuming referring to the bible.
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