Get Right

Album: Integrity Blues (2016)
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  • Hands will take their place
    Far from intentions made
    Disguised as patience, time gets wasted
    Now is for the now, so get loud

    I'm, I'm destination addicted
    I just gotta be some place else
    Never good time, never feel the space to get it right
    Get right

    Hands will find their way
    To eyes inches from my face
    My heart gets beating, I drink freely
    How to hold it down, hold it down?

    I'm, I'm destination addicted
    I just gotta be some place else
    Never good time, never feel the space to get it right
    Get right

    Okay, okay, enough
    Let me explain
    Okay, okay, enough
    Get on with it
    Maybe if I stand up straight
    One small thing I can change
    Maybe if I, maybe if I, maybe I'm

    I'm, I'm destination addicted
    I just gotta be some place else
    Never good time, never feel the space to get it right
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