Four Become One

Album: Fragile Future (2008)
  • And you will live on,
    Our hearts will beat stronger
    As we remain as one
    We will last just a little while longer
    And as we pull ourselves together,
    We cant help but be torn apart
    We always have each other
    Just like it was from the start

    [Chorus]
    When five becomes four
    And four becomes one
    Your not just passing on
    Your passing on all the fun we had,
    You made us laugh
    We only cried but once
    You made us laugh,
    In front of crowds
    On display for everyone

    The time has come now
    And we must figure out,
    Driving north or going south
    Growing up but falling down
    But as we pull ourselves together
    We cant help but be torn apart
    And we will always have each other
    Just like it was from the start

    [Chorus: x2]

    And the time has come now
    And we must figure out
    Driving north or going south
    Growing up but falling down Writer/s: Eron Bucciarelli-Tieger, Micah Carli, Matthew Ridenour, James II Woodruff
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Comments: 1

  • Kay from Southampton , United Kingdom<3 this song and think it's the perfect tribute for Casey r.i.p <3
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