I heard this old story before With the people keeping calling for the metaphors But, don't leave much up to the imagination So I want to give this imagery back But I know it ain't just so easy like that So, I turn the page and read the story again and again and again Sure seems the same with a different name We're breaking and rebuilding, and we're growing always guessin'
Never knowing shocking but we're nothing We're just moments We're clever but we're clueless We're just human Amusing and confusing We're tryin' but where is this all leading We'll never know
It all happens so much faster Than you can say a disaster Want to take a time lapse and look at it back We found the last one but maybe that's just the answer That we're after but after all We're just a bubble in a boiling pot Just one breath in a chain of thought The moment's just combusting Feels certain but we'll never never know Sure seems the same give it a different name We're begging, and we're needing and we're trying and we're breathing
Never knowing shocking but we're nothing We're just moments We're clever but clueless We're just human Amusing and confusing We're helping rebuilding and we're growing Never know
Never know Never know Never know
Knock knock on a door to door Tell you that the metaphors is better than yours And you can either sink or swim Things are looking pretty grim If you don't believe in what feedin' It's got no feeling so we'll read it again and again and again Sure seems the same, so many different names Our hearts are strong, our heads are weak, we'll always be competing
Never know we're shocking but we're nothing We're just moments We're clever but clueless We're just human Amusing and confusing But the truth is, all we got's question We'll never know We'll never know We'll never know We'll never know
Writer/s: Jack Hody Johnson
Publisher: Bubble Toes Publishing, REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
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Kyle from Egmondville, CanadaGreat way to point out the problem. This definitely isn't the point of religion, and it's a shame that things like this happen. All you can do is make sure you are tolerant, and hope the world will follow.
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