On The Mend

Album: In Your Honor (2005)
  • One more day that I've survived
    Another night alone
    Pay no mind I'm doing fine
    I'm breathing on my own

    I'm here
    And I'm on the mend
    I'm here
    And I'm on the mend my friend

    Wake me when the hour arrives
    Wake me with my name
    See you somewhere down the line
    We're tethered once again

    I'm here
    And I'm on the mend
    I'm here
    And I'm on the mend my friend

    I'm here
    And I'm on the mend
    I'm here
    And I'm on the mend my friend

    Was it you?
    Sat alone
    Here we go

    Close and stay a while
    To take me where you go
    Single file we walk the mile
    Who's wandering back home

    I'm here
    And I'm on the mend
    I'm here
    And I'm on the mend my friend

    I'm here
    And I'm on the mend
    I'm here
    And I'm on the mend my friend

    Was it you?
    Sat alone
    Here we go
    Here we go
    Here we go
    Here we go Writer/s: NATE MENDEL, DAVE GROHL, TAYLOR HAWKINS, CHRIS SHIFLETT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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