Album: Origins (2018)
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  • I find it hard to say the things I want to say the most
    Find a little bit of steady as I get close
    Find a balance in the middle of the chaos
    Send me low, send me high, send me never demigod
    I remember walking in the cold of November
    Hoping that I make it to the end of December
    Twenty-seven years and the end of my mind
    But holding to the thought of another time
    But looking to the ways at the ones before me
    Looking for the path of the young and lonely
    I don't want to hear about what to do
    I don't want to do it just to do it for you

    Hello, hello
    Let me tell you what it's like to be a zero, zero
    Let me show you what it's like to always feel, feel
    Like I'm empty and there's nothing really real, real
    I'm looking for a way out
    Hello, hello
    Let me tell you what it's like to be a zero, zero
    Let me show you what it's like to never feel, feel
    Like I'm good enough for anything that's real, real
    I'm looking for a way out

    I find it hard to tell you how I want to run away
    I understand it always makes you feel a certain way
    I find a balance in the middle of the chaos
    Send me up, send me down, send me never demigod
    I remember walking in the heat of the summer
    Wide-eyed one with a mind full of wonder
    Twenty-seven years and I've nothing to show
    Falling from the doves to the dark of the crow
    Looking to the ways of the ones before me
    Looking for the path of the young and lonely
    I don't want to hear about what to do, no
    I don't want to do it just to do it for you

    Hello, hello
    Let me tell you what it's like to be a zero, zero
    Let me show you what it's like to always feel, feel
    Like I'm empty and there's nothing really real, real
    I'm looking for a way out
    Hello, hello
    Let me tell you what it's like to be a zero, zero
    Let me show you what it's like to never feel, feel
    Like I'm good enough for anything that's real, real
    I'm looking for a way out

    Let me tell you 'bout it, well let me tell you 'bout it
    Maybe you're the same as me
    Let me tell you 'bout it, well let me tell you 'bout it
    They say the truth will set you free

    Hello, hello
    Let me tell you what it's like to be a zero, zero
    Let me show you what it's like to always feel, feel
    Like I'm empty and there's nothing really real, real
    I'm looking for a way out
    Hello, hello
    Let me tell you what it's like to be a zero, zero
    Let me show you what it's like to never feel, feel
    Like I'm good enough for anything that's real, real
    I'm looking for a way out Writer/s: Benjamin Arthur McKee, Daniel Coulter Reynolds, Daniel James Platzman, Daniel Wayne Sermon, John Graham Hill
    Publisher: Walt Disney Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Giovanni LindsayThis is all nice to know and This song changed my life for the better in so many ways.
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