Saving My Face

Album: Drastic Fantastic (2007)
Charted: 50
  • See the look on my face,
    From staying too long in one place
    And everytime I try to leave
    I find I keep on stalling

    Feel like a big old stone
    Standing by a strength of my own
    But everytime the morning breaks
    I know I'm closer to falling

    I'm all out of luck
    I'm all out of fatih
    I would give everything just for one taste
    But everything's here all out of place
    Losing my memory
    Saving my face
    Saving my face
    Saving my face
    I'm saving my face

    I'm listening to what you say
    Even though I look the other way
    But you could never understand
    The feeling of what I'm needing

    I'm all out of luck
    I'm all out of faith
    I would give anything just for a taste
    But everythings's here all out of place
    Losing my memory and
    Saving my face


    Saving my face
    Ooh yeah yeah etc etc
    Saving my face

    Give it all to me
    I will do the right thing
    Baby I'll be everything I need
    Leave it all to me
    I will do the right thing
    Baby I'll be everything I need
    Give it all to em
    I will do the right thing
    I will do the right thing

    I'm all out of luck
    I'm all out of faith
    I would give anything just for a taste
    But everythings's here all out of place
    Losing my memory and
    Losing the best of me
    I'm all out of luck
    I'm all out of faith
    I would give everything just for a taste
    But everything's here all out of place
    Losing my memory and saving my face
    Saving my face
    Saving my face
    Saving my face
    Saving my face
    Saving my faceWriter/s: KATIE TUNSTALL, KT TUNSTALL
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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