Follow You Down

Album: Congratulations... I'm Sorry (1996)
Charted: 30 9
  • Did you see the sky?
    I think it means that we've been lost
    Maybe one last time is all we need
    I can't really help it
    If my tongue's all tied in knots
    Jumping off a bridge is just the farthest
    That I've ever been

    Anywhere you go, I'll follow you down
    Anyplace but those I know by heart
    Anywhere you go, I'll follow you down
    I'll follow you down, but not that far

    I know we're headed somewhere
    I can see how far we've come
    But still I can't remember anything
    Let's not do the wrong thing
    And I'll swear it might be fun
    It's a long way down
    When all the knots we've tied have come undone

    Anywhere you go, I'll follow you down
    Anyplace but those I know by heart
    Anywhere you go, I'll follow you down
    I'll follow you down, but not that far

    How you gonna ever find your place
    Running in an artificial pace
    Are they gonna find us lying face down in the sand
    So what the hell now we've already been forever damned

    Anywhere you go, I'll follow you down
    Anyplace but those I know by heart
    Anywhere you go, I'll follow you down
    I'll follow you down, but not that farWriter/s: D. Scott Johnson, Jesse M. Valenzuela, Phillip Rhodes, Phillip N. Rhodes, Robin Wilson, William Leen
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Brian from Boston, MaMike from Bradenville pa I agree 100%.Great song Gin blossoms had alot of great songs.
  • Mike from Bradenville, PaI'm surprised that no one has commented on this song..I think it's a great pop/rock song
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