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Album: From Here to Now to You (2013)
  • Just when you were getting used to this place
    You were getting used to these bones
    You were getting used to the changes
    Well the change won't leave you alone

    You finally caught up with the pace
    The tough just might have got going
    You thought you could trust all the faces
    Well they're only on one side of the coin

    All these changes
    Different stages
    Turning page after page after page
    It gets stranger day by day

    Set your eyes straight up ahead
    Don't look down when you cross
    And pay no mind to time it's a punch line
    The joke is on all of us

    All these changes
    Different stages
    Turning page after page after page
    It gets stranger day by day Writer/s: Jack Hody Johnson
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Bubble Toes Publishing, Songtrust Ave, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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