Album: Lessons to be Learned (2008)
  • I'd like to think like Einstein
    Know the equal of pi
    And never need to as why
    Why, why boys don't cry
    Where we go when we die
    And what's the meaning of life

    Whatever the weather man's saying we follow
    Sunshine or rain
    But he'll never tell me how I feel tomorrow
    Pleasure or pain

    The lessons I'm learning, just leave me burning for more and more,
    I lie awake hoping, Jesus ain't joking I'm sure, that his sure


    So tell me why the world keeps on turning, turning
    And why so many people are hurting, hurting
    How we traded honestly for lying, lying
    Cause were only gonna make it if were trying, trying

    You put a man on the moon
    But you can't save that baby
    And that pains me
    You'll make a red rose turn blue
    But you can't stop us dying keep on trying

    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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