Album: Circles (2020)
Charted: 48
  • Well
    This is what it looks like right before you fall
    Stumblin' around, you been guessing your direction
    Next step, you can't see at all
    And I don't have a name, I don't have name, no
    Who am I to blame? Who am I to blame though?
    And I cannot be changed, I cannot be changed, no
    Trust me I've tried
    I just end up right at the start of the line
    Drawing circles

    Well, I drink my whiskey, and you sip your wine
    We're doing well, sitting, watching the world falling down, its decline
    And I keep you safe, I can keep you safe, mm
    Do not be afraid, do not be afraid
    You're feeling sorry, I'm feeling fine
    Don't you put any more stress on yourself, it's one day at a time
    It's gettin' pretty late, gettin' pretty late
    Yeah, and I find
    It goes around like the hands that keep counting the time
    Drawing circles Writer/s: Malcolm James McCormick
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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