In Your Own Time

Album: Strangeland (2012)
  • You've got nowhere to go
    Got no way out of this hole
    Got no one to say it's all just the way things are
    Wouldn't it be good
    To look into a brighter day
    It's just the way things are

    In your own time
    There's no map to guide our way
    So I say nothing, you say nothing
    In your own way
    Thought I could help you find your place
    But I'm as lost as you are lost these days

    And wouldn't it be fine
    To close your eyes and see something
    Something more than this

    In your own time
    There's no map to guide our way
    So I say nothing, you say nothing
    In your own way
    Thought I could help you find your place
    But I'm as lost as you are lost
    It's not the way

    Things are going to change, you know
    The battles you have fought won't go to waste, you know
    The things are going to change, It just takes time

    In your own time
    There's no map to guide our way
    So I say nothing, you say nothing
    In your own way
    Thought I could help you find your place
    But I'm as lost as you are lost
    It's just the way
    It's just the way
    It's just the way
    It's just the way Writer/s: JESSE QUIN, RICHARD DAVID HUGHES, TIMOTHY JAMES RICE-OXLEY, TOM CHAPLIN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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